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2017 Croze Cabernet Sauvignon follows the Croze philosophy of balance and elegance. Here is a wine with its roots deep in the cult wine growing area of Oakville, and its pedigree is long. This wine is a classic Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine shows its Oakville roots with beautiful aromas of cocoa, blackberry and toasted oak; full bodied with depth, moderate tannin and a long finish, this wine sings with chocolate, clove and anise. The grapes were harvested in October 2017 and following a slow fermentation the wine was racked to barrel using 1/3 new, 1/3 once filled and 1/3 twice filled French Oak barrels and aged for 24 months. The wine was racked twice in 2018 and 2019.
This limited release wine was grown in the famous Russian River Valley. The vineyard benefits from a cool climate that is heavily affected by the Pacific Ocean. This results in an elegant wine that demonstrates finesse and a silky texture.
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Corvus is California Cabernet Sauvignon is produced from Cabernet grapes grown in two distinct regions. Half the grapes are grown in Lodi which lends up front fruit character and a smooth finish. The second half of the fruit is grown in Lake County to add a gentle acidity and smooth structure. The wine is barrel aged in French Oak for 28 months prior to bottling to aid in the balance and smooth texture.
Captivating aromas of watermelon, cherry blossoms and strawberries fill the glass. Light weight in the mouth with waves of bright passion fruit and peaches that roll across the palate. The wine has a perfectly balanced acidity and lingering finish