Hannah Nicole Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Contra Costa County 2009

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Night OneThe first impression of the nose is that it is a little green. There is a touch of black currant, enough to say 'there's cabernet sauvigno... Read more

Our 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is full of ripe fruit flavors with black pepper cherry and blackberry. You'll detect hints of smokiness from the Petit ... Read more

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Snooth User: dbhonig
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Vintage: 2003 02/15/2009

Night OneThe first impression of the nose is that it is a little green. There is a touch of black currant, enough to say 'there's cabernet sauvignon in there,' but it is certainly not "intense." On the palate, too, green was the primary impression. Maybe it needs more time. Let's give it a night to sleep and see what happens tomorrow.Night TwoThe first impression on the nose tells you that the additional time helped. The first impression was of bruised plums, bruised apples and caramel. Stick your nose all the down into the glass, close your eyes and inhale deeply and richer odors come through, smells of coffee, black fruit and raisins.The palate was still a little green, but not like Night One. Blackcurrant and plum skins led the attack. There was a real mid-palate as the black fruit morphed to dark cherries, cherry stones and unsweetened chocolate. Tannins are dry and strong, and not yet well-knit with the fruit. Tannins and fruit fight with each other rather than complementing each other. This was far richer the second night but was still green and out of balance. It will improve, in my opinion, with some cellar time, but will never be great, or even particularly good. It will be competent but not much more.


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Source: AOC Fine Wines
06/18/2010

Our 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is full of ripe fruit flavors with black pepper cherry and blackberry. You'll detect hints of smokiness from the Petit Verdot and notes of Vanilla from the French barrels. Lush firm tannins finish strong producing a Cabernet showing classic Brentwood terroir notable for a hint of cocoa dust that lingers on in the finish. Winemaker's notes


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