Chimney Rock Cabernet Sauvignon Stags Leap District 2006
This award-winning Cabernet producer may very well have turned out its best effort to date with this 1996 vintage! It's authoritatively rich with lush currant and cherry, and layers of spice and vanillin oak on the finish. This wine has the approachability to drink now, but also has all the structure needed for long-term aging, where further nuances will be sure to emerge.Add winemaker's notes
Situated on the fabled Silverado Trail in the world-renowned Stags Leap District of California'a Napa Valley, our beautiful Cape Dutch-inspired estate winery is recognised as one of the world's premier fine wine producer.
External Reviews for Chimney Rock Cabernet Sauvignon Stags Leap District
This award-winning Cabernet producer may very well have turned out its best effort to date with this 1996 vintage! It's authoritatively rich with lush currant and cherry, and layers of spice and vanillin oak on the finish. This wine has the approachability to drink now, but also has all the structure needed for long-term aging, where further nuances will be sure to emerge.
Austere, with creamy mocha, currant and black cherry fruit that picks up a touch of herb and mineral before veering toward dryness on the finish, pushing out the tannins. Decant. Drink now through 2010.
Sleek and elegant, with ripe and spicy cherry, wild berry and strawberry flavors. Turns supple and polished on the finish. Best from 2000 through 2007.
The 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Stags Leap exhibits a medium deep ruby color along with a pretty nose of red and black currants, spice, and cedar. Medium-bodied, subtle, clean flavors of earth and wood are also present. Drink it over the next 7-8 years.
High-toned cherry, currant and wild berry fruit is supple, elegant and balanced, but this leaves you hoping for a shade more depth and richness. Drink now through 2011. Tasted twice, with consistent notes.
Seductively sweet, with ripe currant and cherry fruit framed by fancy oak, yet underlying tannins kick in the midway. Nowhere near its maximum integration; best left alone through 2008 to develop nuance.
The dark plum/purple-colored 1997 Cabernet Sauvignon exhibits a bouquet of pure black currants, subtle wood, earth, and mineral scents. A rich, concentrated palate, plush texture, layered flavors, and outstanding purity give this wine a symmetrical, harmonious feel. The well-integrated acidity and tannin result in a seamless effort that is just short of being outstanding. Anticipated maturity: now-2012.
Food Pairings for Chimney Rock Cabernet Sauvignon Stags Leap District
Best Wine Deals
Cabernet Sauvignon Top Lists
Cherry Creek Cellars Red Blend JazzReviewed
Fruit Bomb FanReplied
Marani Kindzmarauli (2010)Reviewed
Grgich Hills Zinfandel Sonoma County (1985)Wishlisted
Some Young Punks Passion Has Red Lips (2013)Rated
Hazlitt 1852 Vineyards Niagara Seneca Lake White Cat (1985)Wishlisted
Port on a budget?Replied
What have you bought lately?Replied
Jidvei Fetească Albă (2013)Reviewed
Chateau Minuty Cotes de Provence Moments Rose (2009)Cellared