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The color is a deep garnet that offers aromas of baked blackberry, black raspberry and hints of olive tapenade, followed by toasted oak spices of toffee, maple-candy and coffee beans.
Wine Enthusiast says: "It's ripe and almost sweet in jammy blackberries, cherries, chocolate, smoky oak and peppery spices, but is given depth and drama by the fine structure of tannins."
Exhibits the vineyard's classic "plumminess" with a rich mouthfeel and complex finish. Engaging bouquet of violets and black cherry.
A bouquet of berries and mint begins this excursion with plump juicy flavors of black currant and pepper nearly jumping from the glass. Cellar five to ten years.
Aromas of ripe cherry mingling with cassis, dill, cardamom and hints of leather. Especially lush palate, with tannins softly enveloping the mouth. Professional Wine Buyer's Competition, Gold winner.
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Notes of violet, cedar, Thai basil, and baking spices blanket a dense, rich core of fruit flavors – blackberry, deep plum, black currant – with a touch of vanilla bean and dark cocoa.
An ageworthy wine fit for the cellar, but the soft, plush tannins make it easy to drink now. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon grown on the historic Larkmead Vineyard in Napa Valley.
Gently floral and sweet ripe aromas expand to flavors of black cherry, plum and cedary earth tones. Long, graceful finish.
Layered with provocative nuances of cracked peppercorn, tobacco, aged cinnamon stick, black tea and vanilla bean. Fine, round tannins.
M’s deep, round richness, complex flavors, and amazing harmony between natural tannins and bright fruit set it apart from other “cult” California Cabernets. Rather than overpowering the senses, M welcomes you back to the glass — again and again.