Lyeth Cabernet 2009
Visual Aspect: Crimson red. Nose: Delicious, complex hints of plum, cherry, blackberry and truffle. Palate: Rich and concentrated with layers of juicy plum, black currant and coffee nuances. A gorgeous, medium-bodied wine that finishes with polished tannins allowing the ripe fruit flavors to show through. Food Pairing: Grilled meats, leg of lamb, spare ribs and hard cheeses such as Parmigiano and Romano.
Strawberries and blackberries on a richly, sweet nose. Licorice and chocolate in the mouth - very fruity. Medium bodied, yet simple. Finishes on black licorice. Great value for $10
The nose is very jammy, with plum and blackberry aromas. The palate is primarily blackberry jam, with a bit of oak, a bit of acid and just slightly tannic. Fairly light-bodied overall, it's got a bit of everything but could use more of it all.
pretty good - Wine Impressions on California in Laurel Village (SF) is selling this for $10.99/bottle
Three and a half glasses
External Reviews for Lyeth Cabernet
Wonderful aromas of violets and spice, with bright fruit flavors of blackberries and red currants. Subtle notes of licorice and spice complement a nice touch of coffee flavor and toasty oak. Nicely balanced, with a silky texture.
Opening with luscious aromas of Bing cherry and plum, this Bordeaux blend has beautifully balanced flavors that follow. The wine is medium bodied, with round tannins and a clean finish. It is very smooth and easy drinking with black cherry fruit, plum spices and mocha, rounded out by a lush, lingering finish. Serve with lamb shanks or braised short ribs.
Delightful blend of cabernet sauvignon, merlot and malbec; easy drinking; blackberry and ripe black cherry, with hints of coffee; a nice easy finish.
Wow! Rich layers of melted licorice, black currant and cherry seduce in this dark, smoldering Cab. Its medium body, soft tannins, and elegant finish make it enjoyable with or without food.
The aromas of this luscious, complex wine lift from the glass with hints of spice and plum. Deep crimson in color with rich and concentrated dark fruit, the wine envelops the palate with layers of Bing cherry and black pepper. This wine is soft yet rich,
Juicy cherry, mint, herb, coffee, toasty vanilla and blackberry flavors are round and tasty, with ripe tannins that give it some stuffing. Drink now through 2006.
Opening with luscious aromas of Bing cherry and plum this Bordeaux blend has beautifully balanced flavors that follow. The wine is medium bodied with round tannins and a clean finish. It is very smooth and easy drinking with black cherry fruit plum spices and mocha rounded out by a lush lingering finish. Serve with lamb shanks or braised short ribs.
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