Etude Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2000

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92 points Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar): (bottled a week prior to my visit) Good saturated ruby-red. Cry...

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Winemaker's Notes:

92 points Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar): (bottled a week prior to my visit) Good saturated ruby-red. Crystallized berries, black cherry, chocolate and minerals on the nose. Sweet on entry, then surprisingly open in the middle considering the recent bottling, with notes of raspberry, currant, chocolate and mocha, all lifted by new oak. Chewy, ripe and strong; this builds and broadens from entry to back end. Tannins are strong but smooth. A superb effort for the year. According to Soter, this wine has an impressive 32 grams per liter of dry extract, which would go a long way toward explaining its density of texture. (May/Jun 2003)

92 points Stephen Tanzer (International Wine Cellar): (bottled a week prior to my visit) Good saturated ruby-red. Crystallized berries, black cherry, chocolate and minerals on the nose. Sweet on entry, then surprisingly open in the middle considering the recent bottling, with notes of raspberry, currant, chocolate and mocha, all lifted by new oak. Chewy, ripe and strong; this builds and broadens from entry to back end. Tannins are strong but smooth. A superb effort for the year. According to Soter, this wine has an impressive 32 grams per liter of dry extract, which would go a long way toward explaining its density of texture. (May/Jun 2003)

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