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2006 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 »

WS 94
IWC 95
WA 95+
Drink Dates
Comm: 2012-2016 WA: 2012-2037 WS: 2009-2014
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1.5L $295.00

IWC 95
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 144

($150; includes 18% petit verdot) Glass-staining purple. A complex, exotically perfumed bouquet displays cassis and boysenberry compote, Cuban tobacco, potpourri and notes of singed orange and apricot pit; reminds me of a great vintage of Mouton-Rothschild. Fleshy and sweet, with palate-staining red and dark berry liqueur flavors, velvety texture and fully absorbed tannins. Awfully compelling wine, with superb finishing clarity, lift and sappy cling. I'd have no problem drinking this right now, but have no doubt that it is built for the long haul. (JR)

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WA 95+
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 180
Drink Dates 2012-2037

Ramey has discovered a fabulous source in the Oakville Corridor, and the sensational 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Pedregal Vineyard (sadly, only 310 cases produced) is a blend of 88% Cabernet Sauvignon and 12% Petit Verdot. Inky purple to the rim, with sweet creme de cassis, roasted meat, and blackberry fruit notes, juicy succulence on the attack, full-bodied power, plenty of glycerin, sensational purity, and a hint of bouquet garni, this is an enormously endowed Cabernet Sauvignon that builds incrementally on the palate, finishing with a blast of power and sweet tannin.

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WS 94
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2009-2014

A deep, rich, intense style, with a powerful display of dark fruit, black cherry, blackberry, currant, espresso and toasty oak. So young now it's still rambunctious. Tannic, but persistent on the finish, with layers of flavor. 310 cases made.

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Author DartAdam
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 11/25/2012
Drink Dates 2012-2016

Thanksgiving wine with beef tenderloin. Rich and well developed. Tasted older than a 2006 with good roundness and depth. Fruit was somewhat restrained at first but opened nicely. Excellent mouthfeel with tongue coating (but soft) tannins.

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