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2004 Ramey - Cabernet Sauvignon Pedregal Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon - USA - California - Napa - Oakville - Red

USA - California - Napa - Oakville

Red Cabernet Sauvignon
Producer Notes

Ramey Wine Cellars was founded in 1996 by husband and wife team David and Carla Ramey. David had previously made wine at such California wineries as Matanzas Creek, Chalk Hill, Dominus and Rudd. Located in Healdsburg, Ramey Wine Cellars prides itself on producing hand-crafted wines using a combination of Old World tradition and New World... More »

IWC 95
WA 95+
WS 92-94
Drink Dates
Comm: 2006-2019 WA: 2006-2036
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750ml $99.95

IWC 95
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 132

($140) Saturated ruby. Assertive red- and blackcurrant aromas are accented by strong mineral notes and complicated by licorice, espresso and tobacco. Deep, concentrated and powerfully sweet, with liqueur-like dark berry flavors and firm but integrated tannins. Gains weight with air but maintains remarkable structure, finishing with palate-enveloping sweetness. Stunning stuff.

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WA 95+
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 168
Drink Dates 2006-2036

Another killer wine from David Ramey comes from the Pedregal Vineyard. This is one of my favorite sites for Cabernet Sauvignon in all of Napa, right on the Oakville crossroads on the western side of the valley, just adjacent to Rudd and slightly down the hill from Dalla Valle and the Phelps Backus vineyard. Rocky, iron-rich, red soils seem to produce terrific Cabernet Sauvignon, and certainly this is a knock-out. Sadly, there are only 325 cases of the 2004 Pedregal, a blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon and 24% Petit Verdot. Dense purple with notes of creme de cassis, cedar, truffle, and crushed rocks interwoven with extravagant levels of graphite, black currants, and scorched earth, this dense, powerful, rich wine is a real connoisseurâÂ?Â?s selection as it will need 3-4 years of bottle-age and should keep for 20-30+ years.

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WS 92-94
Source Wine Spectator

Dark, immense and profoundly complex, with layers of concentrated currant, earth, cedar and tobacco, with a touch of coconut. Pushes ripeness to the max and holds onto a rich, plush, dense aftertaste. Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot.

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Author Edward T707
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 97.333%
Drink Dates 2006-2019
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Author Borgen Chris
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 07/28/2011

Super rich with loads of creamy currant. Sweet tobacco and licorice also.

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