Silverado Vineyards Merlot Stags Leap District 2004

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Winemaking Notes: Following wet February weather, warm March temperatures forced early budbreak and unusally dry spri...

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Cape Cod Package Store
Centerville, MA (2,700 mi)
USD 29.99
750ml
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Much heavier on the Oak then expected, but not over powering. Very good wine, paired with prime rib. Read more

Wine Tasting NotesDeep ruby red color with Cabernet-like intensity, concentrated aromas of ripe berries, mocha, hazelnut and truffles; medium full ... Read more

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Snooth User: tbird83ii
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4.00 5
11/28/2009

Much heavier on the Oak then expected, but not over powering. Very good wine, paired with prime rib.


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01/18/2009

Wine Tasting NotesDeep ruby red color with Cabernet-like intensity, concentrated aromas of ripe berries, mocha, hazelnut and truffles; medium full body, rich in texture, bright cherry, sweet oak and bay leaf flavors. Great length.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Winemaking Notes: Following wet February weather, warm March temperatures forced early budbreak and unusally dry spring conditions, plus a brief heat spike at the end of April, hastened flowering and kept vine vigor under control.Harvested September 8 and 14, 2004. Brix level at harvest was 26.1. Sixteen days of maceration; wine was aged 14 months in 1005 new French oak barrels. Analysis: Alcohol, 14.5 percent; titratable acidity, 5.75g per L; pH, 3.69; Tasting Notes: Complex blend of dried herbs and ripe berry aromatics, wtih the oak in a supporting role. Lush density in the midpallette. Good acidity with fruit finish.

Winemaking Notes: Following wet February weather, warm March temperatures forced early budbreak and unusally dry spring conditions, plus a brief heat spike at the end of April, hastened flowering and kept vine vigor under control.Harvested September 8 and 14, 2004. Brix level at harvest was 26.1. Sixteen days of maceration; wine was aged 14 months in 1005 new French oak barrels. Analysis: Alcohol, 14.5 percent; titratable acidity, 5.75g per L; pH, 3.69; Tasting Notes: Complex blend of dried herbs and ripe berry aromatics, wtih the oak in a supporting role. Lush density in the midpallette. Good acidity with fruit finish.

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