Windsor Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley Inscription Signature Reserve 2007

Member Review by hfatworld:

I purchased this wine in a NH State Wine and Liquor Store and was impressed by their selection of wines. I purchased a few mid to upper twenty dollar Cabernet Sauvignons which were on sale and this one caught my eye as it was pretty inexpensive. I think it was selling at ten or twelve bucks. I typically like to try these under $20 bottles as they are good bargains and stick to them when I find something I like as they are make up my daily wines. Wine opened to a nice bouquet of freshness and cherries. First taste is bright cherries and smooth with a bit of acidity but fairly balanced. The acid/light tannins lingers on the middle and sides of the tongue when finished. Very balanced easy to drink Cabernet. I'd give this a 90-91 rating. Not too complex in it's structure or taste, but very consistent taste. Really great bargain. Here's more information about Inscription wines which apparently are State of NH private labeled wines. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/03/prweb3730554.htm

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Windsor Vineyards:
Windsor Vineyards was founded by wine legend Rodney Strong in 1959, in Tiburon on San Francisco Bay. His Victorian cottage served as home, office and tasting room. In those early days, so many customers asked Strong to reserve their favorite wines that he started putting their names on the labels. One innovation followed another when he decided to ship direct to his customers, who bought the wi... Read more
Windsor Vineyards was founded by wine legend Rodney Strong in 1959, in Tiburon on San Francisco Bay. His Victorian cottage served as home, office and tasting room. In those early days, so many customers asked Strong to reserve their favorite wines that he started putting their names on the labels. One innovation followed another when he decided to ship direct to his customers, who bought the wines for personal use and for holiday gift ideas. Personalized wine labels and direct shipping caught on, and so was born the Windsor Vineyards tradition. Windsor Vineyards grew quickly with its high quality wines, value prices and custom wine labels. Strong moved Windsor to Healdsburg in 1961 to be closer to his vineyard properties. He later established another winery, Rodney Strong Vineyards, in the same location. As one of the oldest wineries in the country and the nation's first winery to ship direct to consumers, Windsor Vineyards is the earliest pioneer in creating ease of access for consumers nationwide who wish to enjoy a relationship directly with the wine producer. We have proudly served our customers via catalog, mailings and telephone for almost 50 years. Of course you can now find us on the web as well, and you can visit us in our Tiburon, California tasting room. Most recently, in April of 2007, Windsor Vineyards was purchased by Vintner Patrick Roney, who also owns ultra-premium Girard Winery in Napa. Mr. Roney has continued Windsor's long consumer-friendly tradition with direct sales to consumers and businesses and personalized wine label opportunities (such as custom corporate logo labels, custom labels for wedding favors and holiday wine gift ideas). He is also launching a new era for Windsor as he develops his newly-acquired 40-acre estate vineyard property located in the Russian River Valley in Healdsburg. Read less

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Snooth User: hfatworld
62430737
3.50 5
12/08/2010

I purchased this wine in a NH State Wine and Liquor Store and was impressed by their selection of wines. I purchased a few mid to upper twenty dollar Cabernet Sauvignons which were on sale and this one caught my eye as it was pretty inexpensive. I think it was selling at ten or twelve bucks. I typically like to try these under $20 bottles as they are good bargains and stick to them when I find something I like as they are make up my daily wines. Wine opened to a nice bouquet of freshness and cherries. First taste is bright cherries and smooth with a bit of acidity but fairly balanced. The acid/light tannins lingers on the middle and sides of the tongue when finished. Very balanced easy to drink Cabernet. I'd give this a 90-91 rating. Not too complex in it's structure or taste, but very consistent taste. Really great bargain. Here's more information about Inscription wines which apparently are State of NH private labeled wines. http://www.prweb.com/releases/2010/03/prweb3730554.htm


Snooth User: randyvt
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0.00 5
Vintage: 2005 07/17/2009

absolutely the best.



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