Philip Togni Vineyard Tanbark Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

$59

Philip Togni began planting his own vineyard on Spring Mountain and it is here that he has cemented his legacy. Starting with the 1983 vintage he has produced an unbroken string of world class wines; age-worthy, classic, and incredible. Although Philip is still very involved, since 2007, his daughter Lisa has taken the lead more and more. The good news is that she shares her father's gift for winemaking and shows no interest in changing anything at this venerable estate. The second label from Philip Togni Vineyard, Tanbark Hill is an incredible value. From the same estate vineyard as their eponymous wine, this receives the same impeccable care in the cellar as all their wines.

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Ratings on Delectable

Joe DAscoli

This was good but not great

This was good but not great

9.1

Deborah M

Beautiful Napa Cab presents as a classic Bordeaux. Understated elegance. Silky smooth mouthfeel with smooth tannins. Lengthy finish. Second label - no way! This is a beautiful wine with a great QPR. I decanted 3 hours. Opened up slowly. Has potential to age 10 to 15 years. I love Phillip Togni wines.

Beautiful Napa Cab presents as a classic Bordeaux. Understated elegance. Silky smooth mouthfeel with smooth tannins. Lengthy finish. Second label - no way! This is a beautiful wine with a great QPR. I decanted 3 hours. Opened up slowly. Has potential to age 10 to 15 years. I love Phillip Togni wines.

9.3

Deborah M

More of this please. Beautiful bottle. Deep red color. Full bodied. Dark red fruit. Really started to shine after an hour decant and another hour just passing time. Cherries, plums, and licorice. Initially just smooth, and then the flavors evolve. The finish lingers. Nice balance of acidity and tannins. There’s some more age out of this one. This does not drink like a second label.

More of this please. Beautiful bottle. Deep red color. Full bodied. Dark red fruit. Really started to shine after an hour decant and another hour just passing time. Cherries, plums, and licorice. Initially just smooth, and then the flavors evolve. The finish lingers. Nice balance of acidity and tannins. There’s some more age out of this one. This does not drink like a second label.

9.5

James R. Gilbarty

Absolutely beautifully balanced...

Absolutely beautifully balanced...

9.5

Theo Shu

Oaky, inky dark, tannic. Great with a super crazy ribeye.

Oaky, inky dark, tannic. Great with a super crazy ribeye.

9.2

Sean Herriott

Soooo reticent. We enjoyed this over three days, not because we wanted to but because we HAD to. If you are looking for immediate gratification, this wine AIN'T it. You enjoy this wine for the bright future ahead of it, and the wonderful family behind it. Do yourself a favor and drink the Tanbark Hill while listening to a podcast where the Genius Mr. Togni explains his adventures in wine. A filet mignon and fingerling potatoes wouldn't be a bad idea either. Bordeaux class, California sunshine!

Soooo reticent. We enjoyed this over three days, not because we wanted to but because we HAD to. If you are looking for immediate gratification, this wine AIN'T it. You enjoy this wine for the bright future ahead of it, and the wonderful family behind it. Do yourself a favor and drink the Tanbark Hill while listening to a podcast where the Genius Mr. Togni explains his adventures in wine. A filet mignon and fingerling potatoes wouldn't be a bad idea either. Bordeaux class, California sunshine!

9.0

Adam Jaime

Chalk, big fruit, chocolate, dirt, balanced. Great deal.

Chalk, big fruit, chocolate, dirt, balanced. Great deal.

9.5

Ted Boydston Delectable Pro

Scents of forest floor, pencil shavings, and violets support this wine's fine pallet of deep bramble notes, black cherries, forest dust, cocoa, and hints of licorice. Sticky, lasting tannins. Somewhat watery mouthfeel. A superb wine on its own; so much so that I almost don't want to pair it. Worth seeking out.

Scents of forest floor, pencil shavings, and violets support this wine's fine pallet of deep bramble notes, black cherries, forest dust, cocoa, and hints of licorice. Sticky, lasting tannins. Somewhat watery mouthfeel. A superb wine on its own; so much so that I almost don't want to pair it. Worth seeking out.

9.0

Andy Tam

Spring Mtn north slope so not much sunlight single vineyard Cab. Intense and bit young. Wonderful with the venison with the mole butter. Great matching but neither the Napa style Cab nor the venison is my liking

Spring Mtn north slope so not much sunlight single vineyard Cab. Intense and bit young. Wonderful with the venison with the mole butter. Great matching but neither the Napa style Cab nor the venison is my liking

8.8

Mike Ancuta

Still just a baby, tightly wound with showing mineral/graphite notes as the longer it decants the fruit starts to show on the finish. Great aging potential.

Still just a baby, tightly wound with showing mineral/graphite notes as the longer it decants the fruit starts to show on the finish. Great aging potential.

9.4

Location

  • 1 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, NY 10020

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
    Saturday: 11am-7pm
    Sunday: Closed

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