Joseph Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley 2005

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The 2005 vintage is probably our most complex yet, with multiple layers of bright, black cherry overlain with a mocha...

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Sonoma Harvest Fair 2008 - Silver Medal Read more

Our vintage 2005 Cabernet was harvested the second week of October. This was a lush year with lots of rain and a long, mild summer. Throughout the ... Read more

The 2005 vintage is probably our most complex yet, with multiple layers of bright, black cherry overlain with a mocha finish, the result of seamles... Read more

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External Review
Source: Sonoma Harvest Fair
11/25/2008

Sonoma Harvest Fair 2008 - Silver Medal


External Review
Source: WineGlobe.com
01/30/2009

Our vintage 2005 Cabernet was harvested the second week of October. This was a lush year with lots of rain and a long, mild summer. Throughout the valley yields that year were very high, as was quality. We intentionally, however, cropped our 12 acres


External Review
Source: AmericanWinery.com
07/25/2009

The 2005 vintage is probably our most complex yet, with multiple layers of bright, black cherry overlain with a mocha finish, the result of seamless integration of creamy sweet tannins rendered from both the fruit and toasted oak barrels.


Winemaker's Notes:

The 2005 vintage is probably our most complex yet, with multiple layers of bright, black cherry overlain with a mocha finish, the result of seamless integration of creamy sweet tannins rendered from both the fruit and toasted oak barrels.

The 2005 vintage is probably our most complex yet, with multiple layers of bright, black cherry overlain with a mocha finish, the result of seamless integration of creamy sweet tannins rendered from both the fruit and toasted oak barrels.

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