I am a huge fan of Rivers Marie Cabernets. They make a bunch of single vineyard ones, but this "base" one is always great. And for Napa, it is a good value. The release price was $65. This took some time to open but after an hour or so, it was singing. Purple in color. The nose has cassis, cedar, and some coffee. On the palate, this has firm tannins. Cassis over coffee grounds. Great balance. Long finish. This will likely last as long as the single vineyard wines, another decade easily, probably two. It is delicious on its own right now but should gain in complexity as it matures and integrates. Very concentrated. It needs big food right now but should be a broader match as it matures.
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