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Invictus Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Napa 2009

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Invictus Reserve is the Big Brother of our popular Invictus label. Concentrated and robust, its a wine of great finesse and class. Aged in oak barriques, this stylish Cab exhibits a deep purple color with a Medoc-like nuanced nose of cassis, Bing cherries and charcoal. It has a palate-coating texture, with chocolate, mineral, and dark fruit on the back end. The Invictus Reserve over-delivers in its category and price it tastes like a $75 wine. Perfect to pair with grilled beef and lamb, roasts and stews.

Region: USA

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Winery: Invictus
Color: Red
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
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External Reviews for Invictus Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Napa

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Vintage: 2006 12/15/2011

silky tannins. Fabulous and a Must Buy - tastes like $75. "\


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Vintage: 2006 12/15/2011

charcoal


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Vintage: 2006 12/15/2011

" A step above. Only the best barrels were selected for this limited bottling. Dark opaque purple with a knock-out nose of dark Bing cherries


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Vintage: 2006 12/15/2011

cassis and ripe black fruits. Chocolate palate-coating texture with underlying mineral and earth notes and firm


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Vintage: 2006 03/22/2012

A step above. Only the best barrels were selected for this limited bottling. Dark opaque purple with a knock-out nose of dark Bing cherries, charcoal, cassis and ripe black fruits. Chocolate palate-coating texture with underlying mineral and earth notes and firm, silky tannins. Fabulous and a Must Buy - tastes like $75.



Invictus Reserve is the Big Brother of our popular Invictus label. Concentrated and robust, its a wine of great finesse and class. Aged in oak barriques, this stylish Cab exhibits a deep purple color with a Medoc-like nuanced nose of cassis, Bing cherries and charcoal. It has a palate-coating texture, with chocolate, mineral, and dark fruit on the back end. The Invictus Reserve over-delivers in its category and price it tastes like a $75 wine. Perfect to pair with grilled beef and lamb, roasts and stews.

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