Lot 332 | 2010 Napa Valley
Award Winner, Critics Challenge. Pretty red fruits and ripe plum backed with a rocky minerality and dark chocolate notes.
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- Napa Valley
- Cabernet Sauvignon 81%, Merlot 16%, Syrah 3%
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2025
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A Gran Dame!
Did anyone else hold on to this beaut?! I didn't want to push it too far into 2020, but I opened this one just last week. Enjoyed it after a stead dinner with dark chocolate, and later, a cigar. A big, fully bodied horse of a wine. I'm glad I kept it.
Decent Cab, Good Value
I would not put this in the same class as many other CH Napa Cabs, still a good wine for the price I paid, especially considering the pedigree. Would recommend aerating at a minimum, definitely opened up after breathing for a while.
This is another very good Cab for the price. Classic Black Cherry flavors. This goes great with almost everything even grilled chicken.
Great value for the money. Exceptionally dry without sacrificing flavor.
Not exactly like what I would expect of a typical "Napa" Cab, but certainly not bad, just different. Not much sweetness nor floral aroma, but a very solid, dry, plumb and coco taste. I found this wine to be fun and well worth the money!
This wine really blew me away. Had a nice, spicy flavor, and not too fruity. It's hard for me to describe what I found so appealing about it, but this wine was a definite winner in my book. Would go well with a steak or pasta with red sauce. It smells a lot fruitier than it tastes... an outstanding bottle.
North Beach Jessi
nice burgundy color, smells like jam and strawberries, dark and not that fruity, finishes dry.
Katie from Redwood City
This cab is not like other cabs. It's young and soft. Not as rich as other cabernets. Not quite bitter either. This wine could go well with just about any dinner. It's the Pinot Noir of Cabernets.
Disappointing. I even tried the 24 hour decant. For this price range 400 or 404 are a better value.