2007 Cornerstone Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon David Honig July 20, 2011 Tasting Notes 2 Comments Improving with every sip, gaining structure and depth with every extra minute of air, this is a beautiful baby that will, with time, mature into a gorgeous adult. Dark fruit (blackcurrant and mulberry) has a background of tobacco leaf and the tiniest touch of cayenne. Rich very dark chocolate and espresso pop on the mid-palate. Tannins are very sweet and dusty. Even with all the rich sweetness, it also has good acids and an underlying minerality, offering a decade or more in the cellar, maturing and offering layers of primary and secondary flavors in the future. Drink with a good steak and a better friend. Very Highly Recommended. 95. WHO: Cornerstone Cellars WHAT: Cabernet Sauvignon WHERE: Howell Mountain, Napa Valley, California, WHEN: 2007 HOW MUCH: $75 (media sample) Cornerstone Cellars is offering Palate Press Readers a 10% discount on on wine and complimentary shipping on a case or more. (excluding library wines and 2010 Cornerstone Cellars The Cornerstone). Shop Cornerstone Cellars and use the promotion code “PalatePress” to take advantage of this discount. Pingback: Wine Wines @ everything! » Blog Archive » 2007 Cornerstone Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon – Palate Pres() http://www.cornerstonecellars.com Craig Camp Great descriptors! I think you really nailed the character of this wine. We are very proud of it and confident it will mature into a truly profound wine.