It seemed a bit odd opening this with the Corona Virus spreading across the globe, but why not? This is one of Rivers-Marie top Cabs and it is delicious. Purple in color, opaque and bright. The nose has cassis, dark chocolate, slight plums, spice and cedar. On the palate, this is full bodied. Quite concentrated. It still has firm tannins. Lots of cassis fruit over spice and dry earth. Good energy. Long finish. This still needs about five to seven years to approach peak. It should be good for fifteen years after that. It drinks well on its own right now and will work well with hearty meat dished or roasted fowl.
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