Cobblestone Vineyards Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2003

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With firm fruit and oak tannins, this wine shows very strong aging potential and can easily be cellared for 10+ years. Of course if you are a fan of huge Napa Cabernet, there's no harm in enjoying a few bottles while you wait.

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Winery: Cobblestone  
Color: Red
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
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Cobblestone:
From his humble beginnings on a Michigan farm, Saul Levine became an FM radio pioneer in 1959 launching Mt. Wilson FM Broadcasters in Southern California. Levine’s radio success helped him get back to his roots, and with his wife Anita he started Cobblestone Vineyards. For over 30 years Cobblestone only grew grapes for premium California wineries, until 2004 when the Levines released their own ... Read more
From his humble beginnings on a Michigan farm, Saul Levine became an FM radio pioneer in 1959 launching Mt. Wilson FM Broadcasters in Southern California. Levine’s radio success helped him get back to his roots, and with his wife Anita he started Cobblestone Vineyards. For over 30 years Cobblestone only grew grapes for premium California wineries, until 2004 when the Levines released their own wines under the Cobblestone label. These limited production, single-vineyard wines have since received consistent acclaim from the top critics and publications, and are featured at many of the nation’s premier restaurants and wine shops. Read less

External Reviews for Cobblestone Vineyards Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

External Review
Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/24/2009

With firm fruit and oak tannins, this wine shows very strong aging potential and can easily be cellared for 10+ years. Of course if you are a fan of huge Napa Cabernet, there’s no harm in enjoying a few bottles while you wait.



With firm fruit and oak tannins, this wine shows very strong aging potential and can easily be cellared for 10+ years. Of course if you are a fan of huge Napa Cabernet, there's no harm in enjoying a few bottles while you wait.

300 cases produced.

Closure: Cork

Aged 24 months in French Oak.


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