Nickel & Nickel Hayne Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

$99.99

94+ Points                                                    Nickel and Nickel Winery is all about single varietal, single vineyard wines and the Hayne Vineyard is a beautiful Cabernet from the folks at Far Niente. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon. 94+ Points Robert Parker:  "Displaying a deep garnet-purple color, the 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Hayne Vineyard has loads of oak, blackberry preserves and warm plums with touches of cola, bergamot and Indian spices. Medium to full-bodied with a good amount of exotic spices and black fruit, it has firm, grainy tannins and great length. It just needs time for that oak to marry."   Hayne Vineyard is situated in St. Helena at the base of the Mayacamas Mountains and is well known for its single-vineyard wines from the site, especially from Turley Wine Cellars. The vines are small to moderate in size due to the gravelly, loam soils, and produce limited yields. The warm St. Helena temperatures are ideal for concentrated, jammy fruit. This vineyard tends to be picked at the beginning of harvest each year.

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Ratings on Delectable

David T Delectable Pro

Independent Sommelier/Wine Educator

Tannins were rough and dry. Showing big wood use already. Black currants, showing notes of tar, touch of Worcestershire sauce, not much mid palate and finishes flat. The only disappointment of their 14 2015 single vintage Cabernets.

Tannins were rough and dry. Showing big wood use already. Black currants, showing notes of tar, touch of Worcestershire sauce, not much mid palate and finishes flat. The only disappointment of their 14 2015 single vintage Cabernets.

8.7

Steven Hardoon

No 2014 but still delicious

No 2014 but still delicious

8.8

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