Lot 613 | 2013 Red Mountain

Cabernet Sauvignon

Our fourth blockbuster release for the fall season!

Regular Price: $25.00

$20.00

(59 Reviews)

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$20.00

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Lot 613 2013 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

Lot 613 | 2013 Red Mountain

Cabernet Sauvignon

Regular Price: $25.00

$20.00

(59 Reviews)

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Wine Details

The black core shows the power of this wine, and its extended time in barrel is reflected in the brickish red rim. The nose is delicately nuanced but potent nevertheless, with concentrated black currant and cassis framing uplifted minerally/loamy red fruit with notes of leather and smoke. The aromatic evolution adds cedar, black cherry, and mocha/chocolate to the mix, but the overall shifting and changing aromas are a hint of more to come. Full-bodied on the palate and richly textured, with nicely grained tannins supporting nuanced black cherry fruit and chocolatey oak in a long, youthful finish just beginning to reveal itself.

Be sure to decant for a couple hours for your drinking pleasure in the short term.

  • Vintage
  • 2013
  • Appellation
  • Red Mountain
  • Grape
  • Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Alcohol by Volume
  • 15.2%
  • Cases Produced
  • 750
  • Drink/hold
  • Now through 2032
  • Release Email
Cam Confidential

Red Mountain is a region better known for structure and power than ultra-ripe fruit, and Lot 613 is no exception. It comes to us from a historic family-owned estate and is very much an “old school” Cabernet (something you Bordeaux lovers out there will appreciate).

Sourced directly from the producing winery’s flagship Reserve offering, this is a prime example of Red Mountain terroir, and 28 months in barrel (60% new oak) has done a fantastic job of integrating the big structure of this wine and bringing the fruit forward. It’s the perfect wine for pairing with a thick, juicy steak, and will also cellar gracefully for another 15+ years.

Reviews

59 Reviews Total

Birdman

A Must Buy!

Brian

Verified Purchase

The advice to decant this in advance is helpful. Red Mountain is a big name up our way (we live in Washington State) so we had to try it. It's smooth, full-bodied, and in summary a good example of Washington cabs. Given the price (we're cheapskates), it didn't blow us away but we're happy enough we bought it.

Lindsey

Verified Purchase

I thought this was good but not my favorite CH cab. I like my Cabs super earthy and I thought this was more fruit forward than earth and spice flavored

Jim

Verified Purchase

Really bold red. Lots of fruit and very floral on the nose. Very oaky with high tannins. I think a bit too harsh for me but only decanted for an hour. Might do better with a longer decant.

JK, Special K

Verified Purchase

Deep color, light bouquet, needs to be decanted. Full bodied, smooth with fruit forward and slight tannins. Cherry and pepper finish. Paired well with grilled meats. Will buy more, great value. Been buying Red Mountain wines for years.

John Karas new member to CH wines.

Steve

Verified Purchase

I typically like California Cabs. However this Washington state Cab is very good. It was tight at first, even after decanting. It's a nice full bodied cabernet with an aromatic nose. Not much of a finish at this point but it should improve with some cellar time.

Love

Verified Purchase

Great cab. Love the structure of it and the earthy, minerally aspect. So enjoyable! Bought more. 91 score for me

JDub

Verified Purchase

I'm a fan of Washington wines and especially Red Mountain. This one has it all - full bodied, smooth, rich fruit and great length. Be sure to decant or let it breathe. This one will reward those with the patience to let it sit a few more years.

My Latest Favorite

Verified Purchase

My favorite Cabernet going back to Lot 598. It just keeps going and going on the palate. Great value from Washington state!

Debbie

Verified Purchase

I love this wine - glad it was included in my wine club. I usually prefer Pinot Noir but this was nice and smooth and great with Filet! I even had it with Chili last night and thought that was good as well