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This has been my go to wine the last couple weeks. Always goes down smooth with a nice hint of berry. Read more
Lovely rich wine. It's very tannic, but not in a spicy way. It's actually quite easy-drinking for such a dark red. Don't drink the water -- DRIN... Read more
Aromatic and rich, with hints of oak and berries. Nicely done, Dave Matthews. Read more
RiceSelect's fragrant Jasmati® is blended with eggs, milk and fall's favorite spices, cinnamon and nutmeg, to create a delicious rice pudding, which is layered on top of fluffy cream cheese and abuttery pecan crust. Pairs well with a bold, tawny port with flavors of dried fruits, nuts, and spices.
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This has been my go to wine the last couple weeks. Always goes down smooth with a nice hint of berry.
Lovely rich wine. It's very tannic, but not in a spicy way. It's actually quite easy-drinking for such a dark red. Don't drink the water -- DRINK THE WINE!
Aromatic and rich, with hints of oak and berries. Nicely done, Dave Matthews.
Rich, deep berry aromas. Strong tannins, but the on the finish the tannins settle well. A tiny bit spicy.
Intense barrel notes and blackberry in the nose, nice soft attack with sharply rising tannins and acidity in good balance. Slow chalky finish with red fruits.
dark fruit characteristics, a little silky, noticeable black currents, some spice, bold flavors
a very light red with a touch of sweetness.
External Reviews for The Dreaming Tree Cabernet Sauvignon North Coast
When Steve Reeder and Dave Matthews first met, they realized they had a few things in common, like a passion for making wine at least as strong as their passion for drinking it. For The Dreaming Tree wines, they set out to create an approachable Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, and Red Blend, finding inspiration in the down-to-earth characters and unforgettable flavors that give California's wine country its rare charm. At The Dreaming Tree, we think the best vintage is pretty much right now and the best pairing is your favorite people. Hey, there's nothing wrong with collecting wine, but isn't it more fun to drink instead?Winemaking: Wines were periodically racked to clarify the wine and develop the smooth tannin structure. After 19 months of oak aging, the individual varieties were blended to create The Dreaming Tree Crush Red Wine Blend. Tasting Notes: A blend of the North Coast's finest varieties, this wine pulls you in with a smoky berry note and then ju...
The rhythm of our North Coast Dreaming Tree Cabernet Sauvignon highlights classic aromas of blackberry, cherry and herbal notes wrapped by toasted vanilla. It?s an easy-drinking wine with a lot of character.
When you re working with Dave Matthews, you want to make sure whatever you re doing has soul. The rhythm of our North Coast Dreaming Tree Cabernet Sauvignon highlights classic aromas of blackberry, cherry and herbal notes wrapped by toasted vanilla. It s an easy-drinking wine with a lot of character
For Crush, Dave and I hand-selected a special blend of our favorite varieties to create a red wine that pulls you in with notes of smoky berry and a pop of raspberry jam. Around the dinner table or out on the patio, it s a wine you re going to want to share with your favorite people.
Classic aromas of blackberry, cherry, and dry herb notes are wrapped by toasted vanilla and soft, mouth-filling tannins. It’s elegant and supple. Food Pairing: A fun start or end to any meal or gathering. Also enjoyed with grilled rack of lamb or rich lentil salad.
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