Lot 585 | 2015 Spring Mountain
250 cases of a rare offering from Spring Mountain AVA!
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- Spring Mountain
- Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- 250 cases
- Now through 2028
- Release Email
Sitting high above Napa Valley on the eastern slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, the incredibly small Spring Mountain AVA is one of the last outposts of Napa Valley whose wineries are still owned by small families. Known for producing some of the most collectible wines by Napa Valley insiders, the cool climates and high elevation of Spring Mountain are perhaps more responsible than any other Napa hillside for creating the mystique of "mountain grapes."
Sourced from one of the pioneers in Spring Mountain District, today's release is first-class wine and a textbook example of what the region is capable of producing. We acquired just 250 cases of this wine - a classic Spring Mountain offering that drinks great now with a decant but will age beautifully.
A very good meritage. Dry and smooth. Enjoyed very much.
Good purchase ...
Fruit-forward, well balanced ... ready to go.
Another great Meritage
Another great meritage. Dry and smooth. Decant and enjoy a great wine.
Matt & Sean
Big and Bold
Great grilling wine. Decanted for an hour and this wine really opened up. Great fruit, a bit on the dry side, and very earthy. Would definitely drink again
Big wine dark, cherry and violets on the nose. Tannns, very dry, fleshy, touch of herbal flavors. Spices sweet on the nose. Young, needs time!!!
Too bad it's sold out
This was one of our club selections. We just enjoyed it with burgers. Too bad we cannot order more.
Yes! Loved this one
Would have loved to have grabbed a case of this one. Complex, delicious. Give it some time to open up. You will enjoy!
Patience is a Virtue
Let it breathe & you will love it!
Ok people, there's something you always need to know before opening a bottle of wine: do I drink it right away or let it decant? Well, for this one, definitely let it decant! It's going to be bitter and tight at first, but if you let it sit in a decanter for 30-minutes or even 1-hour, this wine is DELICIOUS! Blends are tricky, but the key to enjoying this one is to be patient.
Definitely needs time to open up - it is worth the wait!
First of all, gave the wine a few weeks to "recombobulate" after shipping. Then, let it breathe so it could open up. It is a deep and delicious wine that continues to touch the senses after sipped. Am wondering how much the flavor will enhance with age. It is great now, but how will it improve in a few years?
Taste didn't follow the nose.
Nice nose, but the wine never opened up to give much on the finish. Did not get the tannins that others have talked about. Didn't decant it, but did aerated and tried with/without food. To be fair, I will try it again, decant and let it open up a bit longer. For now, not a wine I will stock up on.