Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

$74.99

New release!                            The new 2014 vintage of Silver Oak's iconic Alexander Valley Cabernet now available. The 2014 Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is a harmonious and vibrant wine. This full-bodied, classic expression of Alexander Valley Cabernet in a cool vintage has a bright ruby-red color with purple undertones. The nose exudes aromas of black cherry, cedar and black olives. On the palate, its dried herb, cocoa and lavender flavors are framed by dusty tannins and a savory texture. This wine finishes with lively acidity and a lingering persistence. Given proper cellaring, this wine should give drinking pleasure through 2030. Robert Parker: "The Silver Oak Alexander Valley cuvee is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon aged in new oak... Herbaceous, with sweet red and black currant fruit, spice box, and tell-tale oakiness, this is a wine to drink during its first decade of life

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Ratings on Delectable

Kristin the Wine Girl Delectable Pro

Has the gamey nose of goat emmentaler cheese soaked in cherries. Young and ageable. Purchase to cellar if you enjoy the name. Classically oaked California Cab.

Has the gamey nose of goat emmentaler cheese soaked in cherries. Young and ageable. Purchase to cellar if you enjoy the name. Classically oaked California Cab.

9.0

Matt Duncan Delectable Pro

Light touch with humus! Green, herbaceous, menthol. Alexander valley!

Light touch with humus! Green, herbaceous, menthol. Alexander valley!

9.2

Alex Lallos Delectable Pro

Owner No Limit Fine Wines, Private Wine Consultant

Tasted at the new Geyserville tasting room. What a beautiful setting. The new silver oaks are really terrific wines. I particularly liked this 2014 Alexander valley. It was so true to its Cabernet roots and should glide effortlessly in the cellar for many many years

Tasted at the new Geyserville tasting room. What a beautiful setting. The new silver oaks are really terrific wines. I particularly liked this 2014 Alexander valley. It was so true to its Cabernet roots and should glide effortlessly in the cellar for many many years

9.3

Boris Mathiszik Delectable Pro

Newly released and already amazing. Classic California cab.

Newly released and already amazing. Classic California cab.

9.3

Lori Petitti

20 year Anniversary

20 year Anniversary

9.2

Teresa S

Cherry pie. Not super tannic. Nicely balanced.

Cherry pie. Not super tannic. Nicely balanced.

9.1

Lisa McKinnon

Deck dinner with friends; had already fined on grilled chicken which paired nicely with a Chard, then the hostess brought this bottle out to go with German chocolate cake for dessert. Excellent choice; oaky yet full-bodied; ready to drink. We probably would’ve given it a higher rating had the hostess not chilled it!

Deck dinner with friends; had already fined on grilled chicken which paired nicely with a Chard, then the hostess brought this bottle out to go with German chocolate cake for dessert. Excellent choice; oaky yet full-bodied; ready to drink. We probably would’ve given it a higher rating had the hostess not chilled it!

9.0

Shawn Cook

Delightful wine, we paired it with one of the best restaurant burgers in town and it was perfect!

Delightful wine, we paired it with one of the best restaurant burgers in town and it was perfect!

10

Tim L

2014 Sonoma Co. Cabernet. Agree "as expected" but perhaps a bit more respect due. Excellent balance, big fruit, smooth silky palate, long finish. Great with red meat. Pricey, though for not quite top tier full bodied...

2014 Sonoma Co. Cabernet. Agree "as expected" but perhaps a bit more respect due. Excellent balance, big fruit, smooth silky palate, long finish. Great with red meat. Pricey, though for not quite top tier full bodied...

9.2

Alvaro Bustillos

Paul adv cm

Paul adv cm

8.7

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