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Domestics Wines Continued

2010 Columbia Crest H3 Cabernet Sauvignon Horse Heaven Hills $9.99

Wine Spectator 90 Points: “Polished and distinctive, offering chocolate and espresso accents around a supple core of cherry and fresh currant fruit. The finish is well-defined, with a silky feel. Drink now through 2019.”

2010 Brack Mountain Wine Co. BENCH Cabernet Sauvignon Alexander Valley $16.99

With a suggested retail of $24, this great cabernet deal will not last long. Winery Tasting Notes: “The 2010 Bench Cabernet Sauvignon is the most deeply colored to date that we have seen in this wine. The concentrated dark purple is a reliable hint as to the structure and plush fruit that follows. Aromas of currant, roasted nuts and winter spice, the tannin profile is as concentrated as the fruit. A wonderful result of the smaller yields on the vines and a great year for the consumer, this wine will age and age.”

2010 Flora Springs Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley $26.99

After all these years, still one of the best values in Napa Valley. Winery Tasting Notes: “The aromas of this wine just explode out of the glass. Cinnamon clove is again the signature here, followed by rhubarb and black cherry cola. The flavor profile presents itself with juicy tannins followed by sweet vanilla and cedar spice. Fresh blueberries and boysenberries mixed with hints of dried herbs round out the finish.”

2009 Stonestreet Cabernet Sauvignon Monument Ridge Sonoma County $39.99

This was one of top-selling Cabernet’s last year. 92 Points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon Monument is a beautiful wine. Dark cherries, mocha, plums, spices, mint, minerals and graphite are woven together in this effortless, totally captivating wine. The 2009 impresses for its nuance, clarity and precision.”

2009 Groth Vineyards & Winery Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville $44.99

One of our favorite wineries in Napa has made an exceptional cabernet in 2009. Winery Tasting Notes: “The 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon is big and lush with huge gobs of fruit in the aroma and flavor. The texture of the wine is soft and supple, typical of Cabernet Sauvignons grown in our area of the Oakville AVA. Patience during bottle aging will reward the “steward” with an outstanding bottle over the next 10 to 15 years.”

2011 Brassfield Estate Vineyard Eruption Volcano Ridge Lake County $15.99

Winery Notes: “The 2010 Eruption continues the tradition established by its predecessor with a wine that is big, lush, rich & round. Our 2009 vintage received 91 points from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate. In the words of Antonio Galloni: “This is about a great a California wine as readers will find for the money”. Collaborating again with consulting winemaking master David Ramey, we have crafted a true estate-based proprietary blend expressing the uniqueness of our land.”

2010 Chateau Ste. Michelle Indian Wells Red Blend Columbia Valley $15.99

Winemaker Notes: “This new Indian Wells Red Blend is an easy drinking, yet well structured wine from mostly warmer climate vineyards. The wine reflects the rich, round, powerful style of Washington fruit, highlighting seven varietals. It is a true example of the art of blending. The wine offers jammy boysenberry flavors from the Syrah with a luscious backbone from the Merlot. The other varieties add the “spices” that all winemakers love to work with.”

2008 Zaca Mesa Syrah Santa Ynez Valley $19.99

Winery Notes: “Our Syrah displays rich blackberry, cassis, espresso, mocha and our signature sage spice aromas and flavors. The silky finish lingers from the ripe tannins and smoky oak. This full-bodied wine should be enjoyed over the next ten years. A traditional pairing for this wine is a rack of lamb with rosemary and garlic. Grilled meats and bold cheese will also pair well.”

2010 Ramey Claret Napa Valley $32.99

91+ Points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar: “…made from 90% cabernet sauvignon, 8% syrah and 2% petit verdot; the fruit was sourced from nine different vineyards: Opaque ruby. Youthful and very primary right now (it was bottled just a few weeks before my visit), offering intense aromas and flavors of dark berries and cherry pit. Refreshingly bitter and well-focused, finishing with strong cut and very good persistence.”

2010 Ridge Vineyards Zinfandel Lytton Springs Dry Creek Valley $33.99

93+ Points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate: “The 2010 Lytton Springs (67% Zinfandel, 23% Petite Sirah, 7% Carignane and 3% Mataro) is fascinating because it seems to have handled the heat spikes far better than the Geyserville. This is first and foremost Lytton Springs, and a product of the 2010 vintage second. Firm tannins frame an expressive core of dark red cherries, flowers and sweet herbs. The inner perfume of Zinfandel resonates on the finish…”

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