This is Château Gloria’s second wine and typical of young Bordeaux: Black current, pencil shavings, slight vanilla, hints of forest floor, and dried tobacco leaf.
The oldest winery in Napa, Charles Krug opened its doors in 1861 and was purchased by the Mondavi family in 1943. It is now owned
14 years after vintage date, this bouquet is glorious–fig, dried cherry, mocha and tobacco nicely highlighted by dusty top notes and a hint of caramel.
Young Cabernet Sauvignon is like shredding guitars and wham bam thank you m’am–big, edgy, even angry. But with age it can settle into a deep,
A glorious wine for the price. It melds brash yet generous energy with a stern, sturdy backbone. Simple, precise aromas of blackberry jam, grilled rosemary,
Napa Valley Cabernet is almost always over-priced and is often generic despite the hefty price tag. This wine has a generic flavor profile but without