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Trefethen Oak Knoll District Cabernet Sauvignon 2004
White Wine Gewurztraminer by Ch. St. Jean from Sonoma County, California. Perfume, acacia flowers and exotic spices leap from the nose of this classic Gewrztraminer. A rich, medium - bodied entry fills the palate with flavors of jasmine, orange zest and melon and lead into a surprisingly clean and refreshing long...
Deep ruby color. Nose is full of blackberry and raisin. Rich and super smooth on the palate. Flavors run from jammy dark berries to raisins and prune followed by a soft oak with chocolate on the finish.
Beautiful mellow cabernet blend. Slightly spicy nose, dark fruits and currants on the finish. Enjoyed at Tria in Philadelphia.
Decanted 2 hours. Bright raspberry nose and flavors. A touch of minerality and earth on the palate as well, with light acidity, and well-integrated tannins. Outstanding - 93 points.
Wonderfully, rich and smooth with a softness that wasn't apparent two years ago. Nice round, smooth tannins without bite....and lots of nice earth. A beautiful California Cab.
External Reviews for Trefethen Oak Knoll District Cabernet Sauvignon
Austere, but rich and complex, with currant, chocolate and blackberry flavors that are tightly wound, finishing with a good push of fruit flavors and firm tannins. Best from 2004 through 2012.
Wine Tasting NotesCrafted from a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot, with continually unfolding layers of complexity. The wine is rich in the nose with red berry-cherry fruit and enticing cedar cigar box aromas. The hillside fruit adds spice and dusty characteristics. The palate is lush and full, the use of oak is masterfully integrated so as to provide perfect spice without an overshadowing influence.
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Dietary Information: Organic