Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County Réserve Spéciale 2006
Every few years, when the collaboration between winemaking and terroir is near perfection, we are able to produce a Réserve Spéciale Cabernet Sauvignon. It is our signature wine composed of our finest barrels and fruit from neighboring vineyards in Sonoma Valley. Lush, layered, and complex, this wine captures the fingerprint of the variety, the character of the terroir, and our finest representation of the vintage. The 2006 Réserve Spéciale features fruit from four of the finest benchland and mountain sites in Sonoma Valley: Lasseter Vineyards, Monte Rosso Vineyard, Murray Ranch Vineyard, and Smothers-Remick Ridge Vineyards. These vineyards produce fruit with weight and concentration, allowing for extended aging in French and American oak barrels.
Food Pairings for Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County Réserve Spéciale
Rich, enticing, and complex from the first swirl, this wine opens with aromatics of black cherry, black berry, toast, and crème de cassis. These notes gracefully introduce the palate with a harmonious blend of plump berry fruits, notes of cedar, and well-integrated tannins on the long, lingering finish.
1,072 (9 liter cases) produced.
Aged 25 months in American Oak.
Aged 25 months in French Oak.
Notes: Aged in French and American oak barrels for 25 months; select lots blended and returned to French oak barrels for an additional 7 months of aging; bottled unfined, unfiltered
|Alcohol: 15.0%||pH: 3.4|
|Total Acidity: 0.74 grams per liter|
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