Cobblestone Cabernet Sauvignon 2006

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The 2002 Cabernet begins with a concentrated deep ruby color. The nose instantly reveals the wine’s outstanding complexity offering aromas of black fruits, almond and mocha. The intense, velvety palate adds blueberry and pomegranate, along with the exotic essence of Tahitian vanilla. A long, spicy finish leaves each sip with lasting hints of nutmeg, clove and toasty oak.

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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

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Vintage: 2002 07/24/2009

The 2002 Cabernet begins with a concentrated deep ruby color. The nose instantly reveals the wine’s outstanding complexity offering aromas of black fruits, almond and mocha. The intense, velvety palate adds blueberry and pomegranate, along with the exotic essence of Tahitian vanilla. A long, spicy finish leaves each sip with lasting hints of nutmeg, clove and toasty oak.


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Vintage: 2002 04/07/2011

This wine has luscious dark fruit with a minerality that is reminiscent of the Atlas Peak region. The wine is also well-balanced with complexity and richness. Simply put, it’s a stunner with a good price, too -- $39. There is also weight to the body with a substantial texture for drinking now, but it has the backbone to last for a good 15 years. The 100 percent Cabernet comes from the estate’s 1,800-foot Levine vineyard and from 8-year-old vines. The wine wasn’t filtered nor fined; and it spent 22 months in French oak barriques, half of which was new. The listed alcohol is 14.9 and there were 1,150 cases produced.




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