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2014 KATHERINE GOLDSCHMIDT “CRAZY CREEK” CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ALEXANDER VALLEY

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Ratcheting everything up a notch or two, the new vintage of Katherine Goldschmidt’s Crazy Creek Cabernet boasts exceptional textural bliss and tremendous balance.  The wine’s rich personality is wrapped in an irresistible open-knit, velvety style, unlike anything that I’ve ever tasted at this price point.  A wonderful perfume of roasted coffee, blueberries and melted chocolate sets the stage for a multi-leveled, equilibrium of flavors that will out-perform most Cabernets at double its price.  At $19.99/btl the previous vintage earned 96 Points at the San Francisco International Wine Competition, and the new vintage could do even better.

Faultlessly expressing just how inspiring Cabernet Sauvignon can be from Alexander Valley, the vines yielded much less fruit in 2014, resulting in exhilarating levels of intensity and vividly provocative, opulent flavors.  On the palate the wine displays deeply intense creme de cassis, black cherry, creamy black currants and stunning purity.   I’m not surprised that the previous vintage of this beauty was my top-selling Cabernet of all time, and the new vintage is even better…

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2014 KATHERINE GOLDSCHMIDT “CRAZY CREEK” CABERNET SAUVIGNON, ALEXANDER VALLEY

 

Winery Notes: “Rich and robust aromas of black berry, black cherry, spice, and licorice. Secondary aromas of red tobacco and creamy vanilla. Black currant, cherry, and raspberry flavors are accented with sage and dark chocolate. Smooth, soft, and supple finish.”  2014 KATHERINE GOLDSCHMIDT

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Weight 3.2 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 3 × 3 in

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