Lot 609 | 2014 Napa Valley
Epic Cabernet from the same producer as Lot 200, and every bit as bold, rich, and stupendous. One of the best we've ever sourced.
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- Napa Valley
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2027
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From the same source as Lot 200, and every bit as bold, rich, and stupendous as its 2008 predecessor.
An exceptionally tight NDA had to be signed for this wine, which very much limits what I can tell you here other than the sourcing is from a top producer way above the $100+ price point, with estate vineyards in the best appellations (Oakville, Rutherford, and St. Helena). Aged in 100% new French oak for 22 months, this is a no-expense-spared bottle of Cab that checks every desired box on collectors’ lists when it comes to taste, structure, and pedigree. In the age of 90pt+ Napa Cabs averaging $150+, this is a no brainer and a phenomenal value.
Not bowl you over but a really well balanced cabernet.
Smack Your Lips!
Delicious and worth the wait. I held this until recently and boy was it good. It pours with a beautiful deep ruby color and dark fruit forward nose. I paired it with a medium rare NY Strip and I wasn't sure which I enjoyed more, the wine or steak. If you didn't get this, I'm sorry, and if you did, decant and enjoy!
Very nice wine at an excellent price. Definitely 5 stars and a value.
Nice big cab
Full bodied and just a very good wine. Deserves a nice decant which will open it right up.
Better than average
Good body, nice taste, with pleasant finish
big cab, great value
this is where CH excels. amazing big cabs (that I can never avoid drinking too soon)--couple of hours decant and amazing, especially at this price
Wow. Delicious. Tastes expensive.
Title says it all -- this is great wine. Even at the high end of CH's price range, this feels like a great value. I'm conserving my few remaining bottles....
Tastes Great - Still Evolving
Opened a bottle 12/31/2018 and it was great in the glass with a little air, put the cork back in and had it 24 hours and was even smoother and a little more mellowed, both the initial pour and 24h pours were great - just different; by 48 hours it was past peak and rapidly declining. I'd say a brief decant or 12-18 hours open in the bottle is probably the sweet spot with 24 hours probably about max. If you're good at planning ahead, I'd suggest cracking the bottle in the AM for an dinner that evening.
This is hands down for me the best Cab from Cam I have had. All the elements are clicking in this one to the point of making it a hedonistic experience. Keep these coming since I was, and still have some more to be blown away by. Thank you! YUM
We had this over the weekend with grilled strip steak and King crab legs. Quality wine, but not mind blowing. We both thought it was a little thin. Maybe, we are being a little over critical, but we would buy this one again....