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2007 Emerson Brown - Cabernet Sauvignon Cabernet Sauvignon - USA - California - Napa - Napa Valley - Red

USA - California - Napa - Napa Valley

Red Cabernet Sauvignon
Producer Notes

Keith Emerson and Brian Brown met while they were both at Vineyard 29 in Napa Valley working with Philippe Melka. They decided to create a Cabernet together that would be of the highest quality, but also affordable. Through a mutual friend they were introduced to Josh Clark, manager of Ill Michaels Estate vineyard on the eastern bench of the Oakville appellation. The vineyard had everything they... More »

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VF: 2009-2024
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This is the third vintage of the collaboration between Keith Emerson (of Vineyard 29) and Brian Brown (of Round Pond) and the third time is definitely the charm! The wine is dark aubergine in color and is slightly opaque without being inky. The perfume is so intense, that the aromas of blue fruits, violets and dark chocolate are almost overwhelming. On the palate the wine is incredibly balanced with good tannins, structure, concentration, and minerality. There are lingering flavors of dark chocolate, dark berry fruit, and just a hint of cedar. This is a beautiful Napa Cabernet Sauvignon and a fantastic value. Enjoy it now, but it will also continue to age gracefully for the next 15 years.

Author Naperwino
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 81.613%
Tasted On 06/02/2013
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Author MJM
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 96.419%
Tasted On 02/01/2012

excellent but on a seemingly slow evolutionary course...supreme balance

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Author dvaldosf
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 100%
Tasted On 11/03/2009

This wine is beautiful! Excellent balance of fruit, tannin and acidity. Lots of black rasberry and cherry. The bouquet is lush and inviting. It's an excellent value...better than many cabernets 2 to 3 times the price. Great value!

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Author Daniel B440
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 83.333%
Tasted On 11/02/2009

Nothing special about it.

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Author petesf
Site / Blog   Trust Rating 93.056%
Tasted On 11/02/2009

Take it or leave it? Leave it.

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Vinfolio Staff Tastings - October 2009
Most Fridays we hold a combination staff meeting and wine tasting. It's a a learning experience and a great way to end the week! Typically our buyers pour three interesting wines from stock while our Director of Wine Buying,...


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