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Wente Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Livermore Valley Charles Wetmore Reserve 2004

Winemaker's Notes:

Fermentation: The fermentation took place in small, upright, stainless steel fermenters. The fermenting must was gently pumped-over twice daily. Aging: 12 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels.

Wente Vineyards:
Founded more than 125 years ago, Wente Vineyards is the country’s oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery. Today, the winery maintains its leadership role in California winegrowing under ownership and management by the Fourth and Fifth Generations of the Wente family. Blending traditional and innovative winemaking practices, the winery draws from approximately 3,000 acres of sustaina... Read more
Founded more than 125 years ago, Wente Vineyards is the country’s oldest, continuously operated family-owned winery. Today, the winery maintains its leadership role in California winegrowing under ownership and management by the Fourth and Fifth Generations of the Wente family. Blending traditional and innovative winemaking practices, the winery draws from approximately 3,000 acres of sustainably farmed Estate vineyards to create an outstanding portfolio of fine wines. Located just east of San Francisco in the historic Livermore Valley, Wente Vineyards is recognized as one of California’s premier wine country destinations, featuring wine tasting, fine dining and championship golf. Read less

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Snooth User: cimsagro
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3.00 5
01/04/2009

Three glasses



Tasting Notes:

This vintage is purple in color. There are aromas of black cherry fruit with subtle, well integrated vanilla oak characteristics. The wine is powerful yet has silky tannins with a fruit filled mouthfeel, balanced acidty and a smooth lingering finish.

Fermentation: The fermentation took place in small, upright, stainless steel fermenters. The fermenting must was gently pumped-over twice daily. Aging: 12 months in a combination of French and American oak barrels.

Dietary Information: Certified Sustainable


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