Cain Vineyard & Winery Cain Five Spring Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2007

Ratings on Delectable

Joshua Fisher Delectable Pro

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9.5

Megan Stockton Delectable Pro

Great earthiness with a core of pure fruit. Beautifully integrated oak. Tasting really great at 10 years old.

Great earthiness with a core of pure fruit. Beautifully integrated oak. Tasting really great at 10 years old.

9.1

Rebecca Hopkins Delectable Pro

PR Folio Fine Wine Partners

With all the pent up expectation I expected more. Black fruits with some spiciness but Relatively simple on palate finishing short.

With all the pent up expectation I expected more. Black fruits with some spiciness but Relatively simple on palate finishing short.

7.9

Steven Gullo Delectable Pro

Still a baby, but very pretty nose of coffee bean, lilacs, currant. From magnum.

Still a baby, but very pretty nose of coffee bean, lilacs, currant. From magnum.

9.0

Whitney Bouck Delectable Pro

Smooth and supple with a mischievous and deep undertone. Delicious.

Smooth and supple with a mischievous and deep undertone. Delicious.

9.6

Sean Watson Delectable Pro

Sommelier/General Manager Emeril's New Orleans Fish House, Las Vegas

Showing great 10years after we were there for the 2007 harvest.

Showing great 10years after we were there for the 2007 harvest.

Jeff Sadosky

Took a bit for the bottle to open, most of the fruit gone but good earthy/leathery backbone kept it strong.

Took a bit for the bottle to open, most of the fruit gone but good earthy/leathery backbone kept it strong.

9.0

David Sweeney

Liked it, didn't love it.

Liked it, didn't love it.

9.1

Jeff Dunn

Smooth Mountain Red Blend......

Smooth Mountain Red Blend......

9.3

AP In Boston

Better after some (a lot) of air.

Better after some (a lot) of air.

8.7

Location

  • 300 Massachusetts Ave NE
    Washington D.C., DC 20002

  • Hours:
    Monday - Saturday
    10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
    Sunday
    11:00 AM - 5:00 PM

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