Diamond Creek Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Red Rock Terrace 2004

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The vintage was very kind to hillside wines. The heat provided as much ripeness as necessary to fully ripen tannin wh...

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Chocolate nose. This wine is overly fruity - just too much sweet fruit. Its a bit overpowering as the result. For those that like it, its packed wi... Read more

"Bordeaux-like in its style, structure and range of flavors, with a mix of dried currant, fresh earth, mineral, tobacco and cedary oak. Gains compl... Read more

Their debut vintage, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, which was bottled earlier this year, is a fabulous effort. This 350-case cuvee boasts an opaque p... Read more

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Snooth User: Philip James
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1.00 5
07/22/2007

Chocolate nose. This wine is overly fruity - just too much sweet fruit. Its a bit overpowering as the result. For those that like it, its packed with sweet jammy black fruits. Very smooth in the mouth, little structure. A licorice and light tannin finish. Its ok, but i had to chill it to take the fruits down.


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Source: WineGlobe.com
01/29/2009

"Bordeaux-like in its style, structure and range of flavors, with a mix of dried currant, fresh earth, mineral, tobacco and cedary oak. Gains complexity and nuance on the finish, which is long, sleek and complex. Best from 2009 through 2014. 476


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
07/10/2010

Their debut vintage, the 2004 Cabernet Sauvignon, which was bottled earlier this year, is a fabulous effort. This 350-case cuvee boasts an opaque purple color as well as an expressive nose of scorched earth, blackberries, cassis, and hints of espress... Robert Parker. A Cabernet Sauvignon wine from California in USA. 2004 Levy and McClellan Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml


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Source: JJ Buckley Fine Wines
09/22/2010

(cabernet sauvignon with 5% merlot) Deep medium ruby. Complex, pure aromas of cassis, mocha, brown spices, licorice and menthol. Chewy, lush and aromatic in the mouth, with remarkable intensity and depth for a vineyard planted in 1999. Thoroughly rip... Stephen Tanzer's IWC. A Proprietary Blend wine from California in USA. 2004 Levy and McClellan 750ml


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Winemaker's Notes:

The vintage was very kind to hillside wines. The heat provided as much ripeness as necessary to fully ripen tannin while the elevation helped circumvent the extremes of the strongest temperature spikes. This true ripeness manifests itself in a saturated black/garnet hue with opening notes of classic Cab character: scorched earth, blueberries, sweet tobacco and black currants. There's a sweetness to the nose that follows through on the palate with more red, blue and black fruit flavors, sweet cream, pain grille and cassis. The structure of the site comes up only in the very end to help prolong the finish and give focus to the perfectly round fruit. Cabernet Sauvignon (79%), Syrah (11%), Petit verdot (4%), Cabernet franc (3%) Malbec (2%), Merlot (1%)

The vintage was very kind to hillside wines. The heat provided as much ripeness as necessary to fully ripen tannin while the elevation helped circumvent the extremes of the strongest temperature spikes. This true ripeness manifests itself in a saturated black/garnet hue with opening notes of classic Cab character: scorched earth, blueberries, sweet tobacco and black currants. There's a sweetness to the nose that follows through on the palate with more red, blue and black fruit flavors, sweet cream, pain grille and cassis. The structure of the site comes up only in the very end to help prolong the finish and give focus to the perfectly round fruit. Cabernet Sauvignon (79%), Syrah (11%), Petit verdot (4%), Cabernet franc (3%) Malbec (2%), Merlot (1%)

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