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Generous aromas of black cherry, currant and plum fruit, complemented by vanilla, and toasty oak notes. A complex win...Read more...
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Food Pairings for J. Lohr Seven Oaks Red
Smooth and easy - good price - makes me happy!!
full bodied with a great finish. wonderful with a hearty meal. yummy!
What a nice, smooth wine. It's a reasonable price and yummy!
My top 5 at this price.
Tried this with great expectations after reading the reviews. Was not disappointed. Very well balanced cab. Tannins strong enough to hold the dark fruit, smoke, and spice together, yet not overpowering the palate. At 16 bucks, still a bargain. Had the '07, thought it was cellar worthy. This might be real dynamite with a few more years in the bottle.
My favorite Cab for the money! Smooth, with an amazing aroma, this is my go-to wine to have with a good steak. You can get this wine for under 15 (USD) if you shop around... Definitely worth it!
Dark and fruity. Well rounded, this wine is a perfect party wine, since it will pair well with lots of food and it isn't overpowering, so it won't turn off any non-Cab drinkers. At the print point, well worth the buy.
External Reviews for J. Lohr Seven Oaks Red
Raisin, plum and cherry notes have good depth and are framed by a ripe tannic structure. Good value. Drink now through 2004.
A smooth, supple structure will overwhelm you at first taste. J. Lohr's Cabernet is full of rich cherry and blueberry flavors rounded out by a delicate oak balance.
While you're waiting for your huge Cabs to age, sustain yourself with this drinkable wine tonight. It's soft and gentle, with pretty flavors of blackberries, black cherries and coffee. Has an elegance that belies the affordable price.
Aromas of black cherry, currants, blueberry, violets and jammy black fruits that extend into a complex bouquet of cedar, mocha, cigar box and black olives. The fruit shows ripe and ample tannins with a plump, concentrated structure supported with benevolent acidity.
This flavorful, soft Cabernet should satisfy your guests, yet won't break the bank. It has pleasant flavors of black currants, cherries, sage, dill, tobacco, and smoky oak, and the tannins are firm and a little tea-like. Finishes with a ripe, fruity flourish.
Dark ruby red in color, with aromas of cherry, black currant, blueberry and violets. The bouquet is an elegant blend of vanilla, chocolate, truffle, cedar and thyme. It shows ripe, velvety, soft tannins with a plump structure supported by good acidity.
Aromas od dark cherry, black currant, and berry fruit enhanced by spicy cedar, vanilla and toasty notes.
A buoyant red-purple color with bright hues. Generous aromas of black cherry, black currant and plum fruit, complemented by vanilla, tar and toasty notes from the twelve to fourteen months in barrel. On the palate, the fruit flavors echo the aroma, complexed with blackberry and a plump, softly texture mouthfeel and finish. Jeff Meier, winemaker
Generous aromas of black cherry, currant and plum fruit, complemented by vanilla, and toasty oak notes. A complex wine with a plump, soft textured mouthfeel and long finish.
Dietary Information: Kosher, Certified Sustainable
|Sugar: .25 grams per liter||Total Acidity: .67 grams per liter|
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