Lewis Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

$89.99

New Cabernet release from one of Napa Valley's finest producers, Lewis Cellars. previous vintage 95 Points Wine Spectator: "Remarkably elegant and refined for a wine of this size and depth, with tiers of plum, blackberry and currant, as well as subtle touches of black licorice that remain pure and graceful on the long, lingering aftertaste. Drink now through 2028." The 2014 ranks among our best bottlings of Napa Cabernet. Enticing, deep-fruited aromas of black currant, berry and chocolate are stippled with cedar, clove and cinnamon oak spices. The palate centers on opulent core fruit that swirls around a defined structure of supple tannins. With complex undertones of truffle, black pepper and briar, this interplay finally winds down to a long chocolaty finish..

Share Lewis Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 on FacebookShare Lewis Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 on TwitterShare Lewis Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 via email

Ratings on Delectable

David Walser

At a Mexico City restaurant in Houston. Probably would have scored higher at Morton’s.

At a Mexico City restaurant in Houston. Probably would have scored higher at Morton’s.

9.3

David Walser

At a Mexico City restaurant in Houston tonight.

At a Mexico City restaurant in Houston tonight.

9.3

Bret Barker

Felt like a napa cab- this fit the bill. Fruit forward, oak but the alcohol was so high. The bottle says 15.5%, I will take the over. Perhaps just preference but the alcohol was high on the nose and dominated the taste as well.

Felt like a napa cab- this fit the bill. Fruit forward, oak but the alcohol was so high. The bottle says 15.5%, I will take the over. Perhaps just preference but the alcohol was high on the nose and dominated the taste as well.

9.1

Ryan M

Great cabernet that was pop and pour. Much better than the merlot. Blackberries, toasted oak, chocolate, spice box, slight cherry.

Great cabernet that was pop and pour. Much better than the merlot. Blackberries, toasted oak, chocolate, spice box, slight cherry.

9.3

Ryan Mayes

Wine Spectator's wine of the year. Personally, my second favorite wine of the night (vs. 2013 Insignia). Refined, somewhat constrained effort relative to prior Lewis offerings.

Wine Spectator's wine of the year. Personally, my second favorite wine of the night (vs. 2013 Insignia). Refined, somewhat constrained effort relative to prior Lewis offerings.

9.2

Jordan Franceschini

Chocolatey with port like notes. Too ripe for my palate.

Chocolatey with port like notes. Too ripe for my palate.

8.6

Wulf Losee

2014 vintage tasted Xmas 2016. Strong tobacco, with overtones of cherry and cloves. And a faint whiff of acetone in the nose. Strong front end, weakens at the roof of the palate, with a soft finish. The acetone scent takes some getting used to. Not worth the $75 I paid for it. I'd find it difficult to recommend this wine, but it's not horrible. Just strange. Maybe the acetone volatiles will fade in a few years!

2014 vintage tasted Xmas 2016. Strong tobacco, with overtones of cherry and cloves. And a faint whiff of acetone in the nose. Strong front end, weakens at the roof of the palate, with a soft finish. The acetone scent takes some getting used to. Not worth the $75 I paid for it. I'd find it difficult to recommend this wine, but it's not horrible. Just strange. Maybe the acetone volatiles will fade in a few years!

8.4

Rob Brobst III Delectable Pro

If this is a 9.8 then how good is the 13 which was spectators # 1 wine & of course is double the price

If this is a 9.8 then how good is the 13 which was spectators # 1 wine & of course is double the price

9.8

WARNING: DRINKING DISTILLED SPIRITS, BEER, COOLERS, WINE AND OTHER ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES MAY INCREASE CANCER RISK, AND, DURING PREGNANCY, CAN CAUSE BIRTH DEFECTS.