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1999 Silver Oak - Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon - USA - California - Sonoma - Alexander Valley - Red

USA - California - Sonoma - Alexander Valley

Red Cabernet Sauvignon
Producer Notes

Silver Oak was founded in the early 1970s by Ray Duncan and Justin Meyer, a former winemaker with Christian Brothers. The founders' goal was to create exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon that would be distinguished by its elegance and finesse. In most years, the wines are made from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon grapes sourced from the Alexander and Napa Valleys. The developing wine is aged 30 months in... More »

Score
91
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Drink Dates
Comm: 2006-2009 VF: 2003-2012
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Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 102
Author Cutrx
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.224%
Tasted On 12/25/2012
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Author fishmano
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 94.118%
Tasted On 04/25/2010
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Enjoyable and fruit forward. While it has softened it hasn't opened or gained in complexity. It is simple and drinkable and I wonder if it will ever really mature or improve with any more time in the bottle.

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Author Trina
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.315%
Tasted On 12/31/2009
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Author cloudon
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.003%
Tasted On 12/30/2008

Had along side of the 2001 silver oak. This wine lost out, fruit had dissipated and it was slightly dull. Oak character still present but I thought it was past prime or slightly corked

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Author Aaron McD
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Tasted On 08/26/2008
Drink Dates 2008-2010

Drinking very well; still had 30% fresh american oak flavor with the SO patten soft finish. Was working great with the filet. Still had legs for a few more years.

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Author Sharon K
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 96.296%
Tasted On 08/18/2008

absolutely stunning wine. Full bodied and smooth at the same time. Wish i had more!!!!

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Author Daniel B
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.286%
Tasted On 08/01/2005
Drink Dates 2005-2008

An easy drinking Cabernet with simple and open cherry fruit aromas and flavors that are buried under a ton of American oak. Despite the prodigious amounts of oak, the wine's balance and accessibility show why this wine continues to remain a favorite for many.

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