Amphora Cabernet Sauvignon Dry Creek Valley Clone Seven 2006

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Our 2006 Cabernet perfectly balances on the line between strength and elegance. The wine presents a classic Cabernet ...

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Winemaker's Notes:

Our 2006 Cabernet perfectly balances on the line between strength and elegance. The wine presents a classic Cabernet profile with a Dry Creek Valley twist. It is garnet black in color, with enveloping aromas of ripe blackcurrant and bramble (or is that a touch of northern California chaparral?) and cedar. It is medium-weight, with flavors of tart cherry, black raspberry, clove and red currants-all held in a velvety cup. The finish is long and strong, and while it is delicious now, this Cabernet has all the pieces in place to age beautifully for another 5-10 years. The ulitmate food-pairing for this one might be a pan-seared venison backstrap with a morel and cranberry sauce, but less exotic pairings favor red meats, fresh herbs, black pepper and dark mushrooms.

Our 2006 Cabernet perfectly balances on the line between strength and elegance. The wine presents a classic Cabernet profile with a Dry Creek Valley twist. It is garnet black in color, with enveloping aromas of ripe blackcurrant and bramble (or is that a touch of northern California chaparral?) and cedar. It is medium-weight, with flavors of tart cherry, black raspberry, clove and red currants-all held in a velvety cup. The finish is long and strong, and while it is delicious now, this Cabernet has all the pieces in place to age beautifully for another 5-10 years. The ulitmate food-pairing for this one might be a pan-seared venison backstrap with a morel and cranberry sauce, but less exotic pairings favor red meats, fresh herbs, black pepper and dark mushrooms.

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