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The making of this wine incorporates the use of specialized techniques learned and developed by generations of Geyser...Read more...
Excellent pairing with our meals of pork and steak. Nice bouquet and slight buttery flavor. Read more
This was brought in for the owners to taste and we got the remainder to taste from. This is drinking fabulously right now! Perfectly ripe cab nos... Read more
On the nose there are loads of soft red fruit and some mineral. Lovely ripe fruit, it's drinking great right now. Rich and decadent feel. Tons o... Read more
Food Pairings for Geyser Peak Winery Bin 10 Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley
Excellent pairing with our meals of pork and steak. Nice bouquet and slight buttery flavor.
This was brought in for the owners to taste and we got the remainder to taste from. This is drinking fabulously right now! Perfectly ripe cab nose and the palate follows suit. Delicious. Drink now. It's peaked. - Tasted at Marché Bacchus 2/20/10
On the nose there are loads of soft red fruit and some mineral. Lovely ripe fruit, it's drinking great right now. Rich and decadent feel. Tons of red berry and some floral notes.
Black currant and peppery, fine and thick. I liked it! It was a nice evening and everyone's power was off in the neighborhood!
The wine is heavy and flavored with blackberry, cherry and chocolate and it is full bodied
I like this wine!
Rich well made cab. Soft and fully mature with nice structure still. Nice wine from a so-so vintage. 3.5/5 [NR]
External Reviews for Geyser Peak Winery Bin 10 Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley
Deep red with purple accents. On the nose: currant, black plum, blueberry, nutty oak. The palate expresses layers of currant, black cherry and toasty oak filing out on the palate with a generous wave of wild berry and briar fruit. Black tea, a hint of soy and sleek tannins bring weight and length to the dominant fruit and a shade of well-proportioned oak contributes sweetness to the finish. - Winery
This wine is a classic example of Geyser Peak’s intense, lively style of Cabernet Sauvignon. Uplifted fruit flavors of red and black cherry predominate in the aroma, but the underlying complexity hint
You get lots of rich, extracted blackberry, cherry and mocha flavors in this sweet, softly tannic young wine. For the price, itandrsquo;s a classy wine to drink now.
I was impressed by the quality of this Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. It starts off with aromas of ripe blackberries and peppery spice. The flavors of black cherries and expresso are bright and fresh, with soft tannins. Serve with meat loaf and sautandeacute;ed mushrooms.
Founded in 1880 by Augustus Quitzow, one of Sonoma County's pioneer winemakers, the original winery was built in Geyserville in 1882. Today, Geyser Peak is one of the most award-winning wineries in Sonoma County.
The Alexander Valley offers an array of soils, exposures, and elevations in which to grow Cabernet Sauvignon. Blending components from the valley floor, benchlands, and hillsides allows us to produce a wine with great dimension from a single appellation. Our estate vineyards that surround the winery have become an important component of this wine and we work to optimize each vineyard block to produce fruit of great distinction and character. - WineryAPPELLATION: ALEXANDER VALLEYGRAPE VARIETY: CABERNET SAUVIGNON WITH SHIRAZ, PETIT VERDOT AND TANNATSTORAGE/TYPE: 100% AMERICAN OAK 20% NEW OAK, 80% A BALANCED MIXTURE OF ONE-, TWO- & THREE, YEAR OLD OAKMATURATION TIME: 15 MONTHSALCOHOL - 13.5%pH - 3.61T.A - 6.2 g/LR.S. - DRY
Light cherry fruit and gruff, coffee-scented tannins meld into a soft and generous cabernet with a little air. Itandrsquo;s simple and juicy, to serve with roast lamb.
The making of this wine incorporates the use of specialized techniques learned and developed by generations of Geyser Peak Winemakers. These techniques have their origins in some of the world’s most renowned wine producing regions and reflect the best of the modern ‘international winemaking culture.’ After selecting and blending the components, many of which come from some of Alexander Valley’s best hillside and benchland vineyards the resulting wine was matured in small French oak cooperage for 20 months. Whether cellared for posterity or enjoyed tonight Bin wines will intrigue and reward with their impressive structure, abundant fruit, and supple texture.
Aged 20 months.
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