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2007 Louis M Martini - Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma Cabernet Sauvignon - USA - California - Sonoma - Red

USA - California - Sonoma

Red Cabernet Sauvignon
Score
88
Drink Dates
Comm: 2011-2015 VF: 2009-2022
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Author BoxsterVino
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 96.954%
Tasted On 11/17/2011
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Author Jito72
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 99.546%
Tasted On 10/14/2011
Drink Dates 2011-2014

Very approchable consider its only 2 year cabernet. Madure using Lees techniques give such soft, sweety fruit in where the tannins aren't dialing! is a joy to enjoy in his youth. Doesn't seem to have the structure for aging. What a great value $12/bottle!

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Author ER68
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Tasted On 05/05/2011
Drink Dates 2011-2017

it's ok. definetly not a 90.

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Author WineAdvocate
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Tasted On 04/23/2011

Rich Oak

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Author noelivan
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 98.024%
Tasted On 11/22/2010
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Author chaint
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 95%
Tasted On 05/06/2010

Excellent value wine. Simple, but solid flavor (blackberry, dark cherry)

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Author Howard R
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 89.091%
Tasted On 05/06/2010
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Author BoozingIt
Site / Blog BoozingIt Trust Rating 98.765%
Tasted On 03/16/2010

This 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is a deep purple color. 13.9% alcohol. I get aromas of Oak, Earth and Alcohol, subtle Black Cherry with a hint of Blackberry. Lot's of heat on the nose. Oak, Cassis and Black Cherry on the palate with subtle notes of Vanilla and Leather. A lot of heat on the back of the palate. Dark Cherry and too much Oak on the finish. Medium tannins, lively acidity. Wine Advocate scored this wine 90 pts and I'm not feeling it. Why do wine critics continually keep giving high scores to over-oaked, overly-extracted, high alcohol wines?

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Author Steelstring
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Tasted On 02/04/2010

Purple in color. Medium rim variation. Slow legs. Blackberry and Black Pepper on the nose. Raisin and Raspberry flavors. Medium/Full bodied. Silky texture. Medium to long finish with soft tannins. Definitely well worth the $11! Get a case.

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Author ishey
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 88.889%
Tasted On 01/26/2010

90 RP

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Author Hillcrest
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Tasted On 10/02/2009

Grethlins

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