Corison Wines Cabernet Sauvignon 2009
Cathy Corison?s 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Corison is surprisingly deep, powerful and tannic. An exotic melange of dark cherries, plums, grilled herbs wraps around the palate. The 2009 is endowed with serious depth and tons of pure, unbridled energy. Mocha, espresso, menthol, and sweet spices all inform the warm, resonant finish.
Corison Winery is a family owned winery that specializes in Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Cathy Corison produces wines that walk the line between power and elegance, grace the table and enjoy a long, distinguished life.
Editorial Reviews for Corison Wines Cabernet Sauvignon
Chalky and earthy on the nose with subtle vanilla oak shadings framing focused, spicy cabernet fruit all curranty and blueberry toned. This smells like old school Napa cabernet. Light and a bit austere on entry with crisp, earth red fruits on the palate and a smooth integrated mouthfeel that’s built as much on acid as it is on tannins. The fruit comes off as nicely candied though tart with a zesty edge that drives the modest finish. A lovely wine though it comes off as bit simple. 88pts
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