Substance Cs Washington State Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

8.8138 ratings on Delectable
$15.99

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Frank Kuo

Color of hazy inky purple with some green brownish note on the rim. Nose of nice dark chocolate, black cherries, herbs, and a bit spice, all moderate strength. Taste of young and dominant acidity, powerful tannins, black cherry, and some bittersweet zesty note. Sweet cherries come stronger on the second wave, same is the bitterness probably from sulfates. Aftertaste is zesty(a bit too strong on my opinion), a bit dark chocolate, some cedar wood on the back of the tongue, and medium short. A wine that is above average to drink on a normal day. A wine that has enough flavors to qualify as a quality bottle but no WOW factor for a prime time.

Color of hazy inky purple with some green brownish note on the rim. Nose of nice dark chocolate, black cherries, herbs, and a bit spice, all moderate strength. Taste of young and dominant acidity, powerful tannins, black cherry, and some bittersweet zesty note. Sweet cherries come stronger on the second wave, same is the bitterness probably from sulfates. Aftertaste is zesty(a bit too strong on my opinion), a bit dark chocolate, some cedar wood on the back of the tongue, and medium short. A wine that is above average to drink on a normal day. A wine that has enough flavors to qualify as a quality bottle but no WOW factor for a prime time.

9.0

Isaac Pirolo

Followed an excellent $70 Cabernet from Calistoga, so some palate recalibration was required. This sets the minimum standard for what's 'high' quality in domestic Cabernet Sauvignon. Black cherry cut with cranberry, along with black licorice, loam based minerality, and just the right amount of grip.

Followed an excellent $70 Cabernet from Calistoga, so some palate recalibration was required. This sets the minimum standard for what's 'high' quality in domestic Cabernet Sauvignon. Black cherry cut with cranberry, along with black licorice, loam based minerality, and just the right amount of grip.

9.1

Jay Traver

One hour of breath and now we're talkin. Smells like a S'more PopTart. Chocolately, creamy, some bright berries. The initial mouthfeel is mildly abrasive. It hits hard with big, soft oak. Confectionery. The tannins hang around for over 1 minute. This cab is RAD!! RP92 $16.99 at Ashe's

One hour of breath and now we're talkin. Smells like a S'more PopTart. Chocolately, creamy, some bright berries. The initial mouthfeel is mildly abrasive. It hits hard with big, soft oak. Confectionery. The tannins hang around for over 1 minute. This cab is RAD!! RP92 $16.99 at Ashe's

9.1

John Howard Delectable Pro

Harvest production at Hirsch and Cobb Wineries

Starting to really like Washington State Cab for its structure and subtlety.

Starting to really like Washington State Cab for its structure and subtlety.

8.9

Location

  • 606A West 28th Street
    New York, NY 10001

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