2010 HARRIS ESTATE “JAKE’S CREEK VINEYARD” CABERNET SAUVIGNON
How can you top a 94 point Thomas Rivers Brown Cab? Simple, you let it rest for 5-6 years at the winery, just like this 2010 Harris Jake’s Creek Cabernet Sauvignon… Sourced from lower slopes of Diamond Mountain, this wine is indescribably profound and rocks you to the core with a spectacular display of intense wild berries, graphite, liquid violets and chocolaty expresso. It’s everything you’d expect from a blockbuster TRB wine and is amplified by 5-6 years of bottle development so that it is perfectly ready to drink. Brown made history as the first American winemaker to receive a perfect 100 Point score from the Wine Spectator, and has had more than a dozen 100 Point wines in his career. He’s also the winemaker at Schrader, Revana, Maybach, Gemstone and Outpost to name a few…
Need more? The vineyard is managed by Josh Clark, one of wine country’s most sought after viticulturists, who’s list of clients include icons like Outpost, Hourglass, Kinsella and Pulido Walker to list a few… A tantalizing interpretation of Diamond Mountain terroir that ignites a vivid display of blackberry preserves, dark spices and chocolate dipped raspberries. With just a handful of cases of the 2010 available, I strongly recommend securing yours before it’s too late… You’ll be glad you did.
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From Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate, “Dark cherries, plums, menthol, licorice and flowers all come together in the 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon Jake’s Creek Vineyard. There is plenty of intensity in the glass as this full-bodied, opulent wine shows off its considerable personality. Sweet floral and spiced notes add lift on the finish. Readers will have to be patient with the 2010 Jake’s Creek, but it is striking, even today. Anticipated maturity: 2016-2030.” 94 Points
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