Colgin Tychson Hill Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

$239

Deep, bright ruby. Reticent but pure nose opens with air to show highly complex scents of blackberry, blueberry, licorice, graphite, rosemary, mocha and wet rock. Very pretty, slightly wild flavors of black fruits, juniper berry and violet... Boasts terrific definition... Stephen Tanzer, Vinous Media

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Ratings on Delectable

David L Delectable Pro

11’Colgin Cellars Tychson Hill Vineyard. Located just north of Saint Helena. Not that far from Grace family Vineyards. Tightly wound straight out of the bottle. Decanted for 90 minutes. Certainly has made a world of difference. Still full-bodied & depth, bursting with dark fruit, licorice flavor’s, back by nice floral notes, polished tannins. Slightly backwards!?! Last time I had this was five years ago & it wasn’t open for business. Now it’s screaming drink me.

11’Colgin Cellars Tychson Hill Vineyard. Located just north of Saint Helena. Not that far from Grace family Vineyards. Tightly wound straight out of the bottle. Decanted for 90 minutes. Certainly has made a world of difference. Still full-bodied & depth, bursting with dark fruit, licorice flavor’s, back by nice floral notes, polished tannins. Slightly backwards!?! Last time I had this was five years ago & it wasn’t open for business. Now it’s screaming drink me.

9.4

Eric S

Underwhelmed tonight, but sensed a coiled snake waiting to strike. Re-corked after 1 glass to see what tomorrow brings.

Underwhelmed tonight, but sensed a coiled snake waiting to strike. Re-corked after 1 glass to see what tomorrow brings.

9.1

Charles Antin Delectable Pro

Senior Wine Specialist/Auctioneer Zachys

I can't believe you had a vertical!!

I can't believe you had a vertical!!

9.2

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