The nose shows raspberry and elderberry, with hints of raspberry licorice and coffee. It has a beautifully velvety mouth feel, with pillow-soft tannins. Mulberry and black cherry lead, with mocha making a clear appearance on the mid-palate. This is silky-smooth and ready to drink now. Pair with New York strip. Very Highly Recommended (96-98). DH


WHO: Skipstone
WHAT: Cabernet Sauvignon
WHERE: California, Alexander Valley
WHEN: 2007
HOW MUCH: $100



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