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Wine Enthusiast Review Rated 92 Despite significant youthful tannins this Cab has such deep, ripe flavor that you can...Read more...
Food Pairings for Sterling Diamond Mountain Ranch Cabernet
Wine Enthusiast Review Rated 92 Despite significant youthful tannins this Cab has such deep, ripe flavor that you can drink it now. The mouthfeel is astringent and hard, in the way of a young wine, but waves of cherries, blackberries and currants flatter the tastebuds, and it also softens as it warms up in the glass. A beautiful, polished drink that should develop over the next eight years. Wine Tasting Notes This intense, mountain-grown wine has a dark ruby color and aromas of spicy black cherry, briar, tobacco, toasty oak, bay leaf and blueberry. Concentrated black cherry, blackberry, briar and toasty oak flavors mingle with a subtle mountain minerality. This big, rich wine will mature beautifully over four to seven years. Enjoy it with roast tenderloin, grilled filet mignon and roast rack of lamb.
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