Diamond Creek Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Red Rock Terrace 2001

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Wine Spectator Review An austere, rustic style that veers from ripe cherry and plum fruit to dry, chewy, gritty tanni...

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Brown Derby International Wine Center
Springfield, MO (870 mi)
USD 174.99
750ml
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01/17/2009

Wine Spectator ReviewAn austere, rustic style that veers from ripe cherry and plum fruit to dry, chewy, gritty tannins, finishing with a mouth-puckering aftertaste and a twinge of bitterness. Fans of bare-knuckle Cabernet will find this most pleasing. Drink now through 2014.


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135732 Snooth User: bparis
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03/16/2009

Winemaker's Notes:

Wine Spectator Review An austere, rustic style that veers from ripe cherry and plum fruit to dry, chewy, gritty tannins, finishing with a mouth-puckering aftertaste and a twinge of bitterness. Fans of bare-knuckle Cabernet will find this most pleasing. Drink now through 2014.

Wine Spectator Review An austere, rustic style that veers from ripe cherry and plum fruit to dry, chewy, gritty tannins, finishing with a mouth-puckering aftertaste and a twinge of bitterness. Fans of bare-knuckle Cabernet will find this most pleasing. Drink now through 2014.

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