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A Quick Tip by mweber82

  • Dec 28, 2009
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A great QPR at around $20. This cab really shines after a bit of decanting...
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2007 Mockingbird Hill Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

The King of Grapes

Often called “the king of grapes,” the deep red Cabernet Sauvignon is the backbone of the world’s most expensive wines. The sky’s the limit when it comes to how great a Cabernet can be. This “king” can thrive anywhere but the very best Cabernet comes from only a few places in the world – and Napa Valley is at the very top of the list.

This beautiful wine offers the best qualities of Napa Valley Cabernet – fresh, vibrant black fruit – with the great structure, complexity and long finish that characterize great Bordeaux.There’s a rich current of ripe, fresh blackberry and blueberry along with notes of coffee, mocha and caramel. It’s a knockout with lamb chops, marbled steaks and prime rib.

A properly-stored Cabernet ages very well indeed. In fact, you could savor a 2007 bottle of Mockingbird Hill Cabernet Sauvignon today or you could store it in your cellar and enjoy it 10 years from now. It might be hard to resist, though, so you may want to stock up on a few!

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Winemaker: Mockingbird Hill
Varietal: Cabernet
Year: 2007
Region: Napa Valley, California
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