Hall Wines Kathryn Hall Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

$169.99

Rare reserve Cabernet from Hall - made in small quantities. 96 Points Robert Parker:  "The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Kathryn Hall has an opaque purple color, beautiful licorice, chocolate and espresso notes intermixed with creme de cassis and blackberry. This is a beauty, with full-bodied power, stunning purity and a long finish. It should turn out to be sensational. Drink 2017-2030+... ...Kathryn Hall’s winery is certainly one of the more dramatic as well as up-and-coming superstars of Napa Valley. It seems every effort is made to propel these wines into the very top echelon of quality. There is not a lot to criticize with the multitude of bottlings, all of which offer considerable character and appeal." HALL “Kathryn Hall” Cabernet Sauvignon showcases the choicest fruit from our finest estate vineyard blocks and extraordinary mountain fruit from our select vineyard partners. Through a mélange of varietals and terroir, this wine has transcended into a symphonic Bordeaux cuvée. Fruit from our renowned Sacrashe vineyard dominates the blend. The captivating voice of the Sacrashe vineyard, with its restrictive volcanic ash soils, high elevation and undulating aspects define the soul of this wine.

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Ratings on Delectable

David L Delectable Pro

Wait 2 years . It’s going to be sensational.

Wait 2 years . It’s going to be sensational.

9.3

Sipping Fine Wine Delectable Pro

Mostly Cab with 8% Merlot added. The fruit comes from Sacrashe and Hall's vineyards on Diamond Mountain and Atlas Peak. An absolute favorite, complex fruit aromas, herb notes with underlying sweet notes. On the palate full ripe rich fruit, raspberry and blackberry with a smoky savory character., adding leather and cacao notes. Dusty full tannins needing more time on lingering finish ending with enticing earthy spices. Needs time. I recently had an ‘09 and it was wonderful.

Mostly Cab with 8% Merlot added. The fruit comes from Sacrashe and Hall's vineyards on Diamond Mountain and Atlas Peak. An absolute favorite, complex fruit aromas, herb notes with underlying sweet notes. On the palate full ripe rich fruit, raspberry and blackberry with a smoky savory character., adding leather and cacao notes. Dusty full tannins needing more time on lingering finish ending with enticing earthy spices. Needs time. I recently had an ‘09 and it was wonderful.

9.5

Shay A Delectable Pro

Tailgate wine! Gorgeous TX evening alongside some gorgeous Napa Cab. This even tasted excellent in a cheap plastic cup

Tailgate wine! Gorgeous TX evening alongside some gorgeous Napa Cab. This even tasted excellent in a cheap plastic cup

9.5

Morgan Reese

Worth the wait. High alcohol is my only con. Very enjoyable at home with Lucia salumi.

Worth the wait. High alcohol is my only con. Very enjoyable at home with Lucia salumi.

9.5

Kirk Coburn

Heavy and yummy (professional rating) notes of cherries and licorice. It needs a little decant.

Heavy and yummy (professional rating) notes of cherries and licorice. It needs a little decant.

9.2

Lou Dizzle

Gina Maria

Gina Maria

9.3

yan ho

first bottle at new house may 12, 2019

first bottle at new house may 12, 2019

9.7

Katie

GOT finale.

GOT finale.

9.2

John B

Blackberry, anise, licorice, graphite, a bit of smoked meats. Structure and acidity for the long haul. Needs time.

Blackberry, anise, licorice, graphite, a bit of smoked meats. Structure and acidity for the long haul. Needs time.

9.1

Clive McNish

Great way to start the Christmas weekend. Top quality Cabernet as expected, some heavy tannins lurking around but they sit back and don’t make too much of a fuss while the multitude of flavours and huge complexity unfold. Recommended of course.

Great way to start the Christmas weekend. Top quality Cabernet as expected, some heavy tannins lurking around but they sit back and don’t make too much of a fuss while the multitude of flavours and huge complexity unfold. Recommended of course.

9.5

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