|Martin Wine Cellar (New Orleans – Metairie – Mandeville)||USD 5.99 $5.99 750ml|
Curran Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County 2010
Soft and fruit-driven, ideal for beginning Cab drinkers, yet lush and full of flavor. Layers of currant, cassis and a hint of blueberry abound in your mouth. Extremely quaffable.Add winemaker's notes
External Reviews for Curran Creek Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County
Soft and fruit-driven, ideal for beginning Cab drinkers, yet lush and full of flavor. Layers of currant, cassis and a hint of blueberry abound in your mouth. Extremely quaffable.
Layers of currant, cassis and blackberries. Medium bodied with soft tannins that will satisfy both the novice and the Cab drinker who looks for quality in the bottle. A great value! Try it with turkey burgers, flank steak and pasta dishes.
Delicious Bordeaux-styled red with a bright, ruby-purple hue. The juicy attack leads to a medium-bodied palate with black-cherry fruit flavors and mildly gripping tannins on the finish.
While this wine is produced from vineyards near San Andreas, you will have a difficult time finding fault with this exquisite Cabernet. Although not an earthshaking Cab, Curran Creek nonetheless delivers supple flavors of black raspberry supported by vanilla and spice notes of oak. On the Richter Scale, we give it a 4.0.
A ripe cherry/berry nose and a smooth, jazzy cranberry, black raspberry and loganberry set of flavors echo on a long, lingering finish.
Bold berry fruit and cassis aromas blend with rich, well balanced flavors of blackberry with hints of vanilla and spice, ending in a soft, round finish.