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Lamoreaux Landing Cabernet Franc Finger Lakes Estate 2009
A thick and rich fruity nose. Cloves and chocolate as well as black cherries and licorice. Smooth tannins creep up slowly. Rather age-worthy. Tart finish but still young. Tasted at the wineryAdd winemaker's notes
A thick and rich fruity nose. Cloves and chocolate as well as black cherries and licorice. Smooth tannins creep up slowly. Rather age-worthy. Tart finish but still young. Tasted at the winery
External Reviews for Lamoreaux Landing Cabernet Franc Finger Lakes Estate
This barrel aged Cabernet Franc has a big, rich nose with aromas of black cherry, chocolate, licorice, and clove spice. A dense concentration of fruit in the palate with a smooth, luscious body and a supple tannin finish. This flavorful wine will shine with grilled and roasted meat dishes such as prime rib, rack of lamb, and pork loin, as well as with savory vegetable dishes such as eggplant parmigiana. - Winery
This Cabernet Franc is fermented and aged in the Loire style using stainless tanks. Aromas of red cherries with floral nuances fill the nose while a soft structure, fruit, and a bright finish dominate teh palate. T23 is excellent on its own, and will pair wonderfully with grilled, broiled or roasted chicken, pork or lamb accompanied by generous portions of herbs. - Winery
This is a deep ruby red, full bodied wine with medium tannins. Lots of red and blackberry flavors layered with herbs. this wine can stand up to the richest beef, game and tomato dishes. Drink now and put some in your cellar.
Anticipate the wildness of this cold climate 100% Cabernet Franc. Untamed, herbaceous red with vibrant acidity prepping the palate for savory food. Wild blackberry bramble with juicy fruit and subtle wood on the finish. Winner of New York Statersquo;s Governorrsquo;s Cup.
The Finger Lakes are noted for producing some wonderful Cab Franc (the main red grape of the Loire Valley in France) This barrel aged, deep red, full-bodied wine shows lots of herbal and raspberry flavors that lend themselves to beef dishes. Have it with dinner tonight or cellar it for many years to come.
Winner of New York Statersquo;s prestigious Governorrsquo;s Cup. New York and Canadian Cab Francs are nearly half the price of ones from California. Flashy, with the sassiness of cold climate wines, anticipate the wildness of 100% Cab Franc. An untamed herbaceous red with vibrant acidity prepping the palate for savory foods. Donrsquo;t be afraid! This tantalizing wine, like any wild blackberry bramble, comes with loads of juicy fruit, sweet black cherry on the nose, a jammy mouthfeel and subtle wood.