14 Hands Cabernet Sauvignon Washington 2004
Nice dark color. Very earthy nose initially, then some berries come through. First sip is quite pleasant. It starts out fruity, then transitions nicely to an almost smoky taste in the mid palate. The finish is smooth, with very little tannic bite that I have tasted in many wines at this price. I really did enjoy this wine, especially for the price! Another good wine from the Ste. Michelle Estates.
I actually would give this a 3.5 out of 5. Especially for the money. Not the best cab in the world, but certainly a decent one. It's an "all around" cab, but I will probably explore other cabs.
Loved it. For the price, it can't be beat !
Very smooth and flavorful. This wine is a steal.
Very smooth. Sweet but still full bodied. For the price definately a steal. Great wine to use as a hostess gift, if you're lucky it will be opened in your presence...
Full bodied, extremely smooth... velvety, VERY little tannic. I was surprised when a friend that typically does not care for wine tasted it (I let that one slide)... and LOVED it. They ordered a glass for themselves. We may have a convert!
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