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2007 Rivers-Marie - Cabernet Sauvignon
Terrific cab

(Tasted Feb 15, 2015)

2004 Neal Family - Cabernet Sauvignon
This is a fabulous cabernet that is drinking very well. Still loads of fruit and I am guessing could go on a while longer but suspect this is probably nearing its peak.

(Tasted Nov 27, 2014)

2007 Darioush - Red Signature
What an amazing wine! Cal cab doesn't get any better than this. Elegant, layered, lush fruit (berries), wood, tobacco, vanilla. A lot going on here and probably drinking as good as it ever will. We served this at a dinner party with several other reds and this won hands down as the favorite bottle of the evening. Everyone was snapping label photos and going home to try to track some down.

(Tasted Nov 15, 2014)

1994 Dalla Valle - Maya
Tasted up against some pretty big names of more recent vintage. This is fading. Still some fruit, distinct raisin taste, a little earthy on the finish. Best to drink soon.

(Tasted Nov 15, 2014)

2010 Morlet Family - Chardonnay Ma Princesse
Killer chardonnay. Luc's French heritage is on display here. This is not a big oaky California chard. Great fruit, minerality, apples and celery. Layers and layers of complexity. A terrific wine opened prior to an evening focused on California cabs. Everyone loved this win.

(Tasted Nov 15, 2014)

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