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2018 BLACK POWDER HOWELL MOUNTAIN CABERNET SAUVIGNON

$50.00 $39.99

With the average price of Howell Mountain Cabernet upwards of $150 per bottle, finding one at $40 will make just about anyone do a double-take. We found one, and the wine is dynamite. It’s everything that you’d expect from this iconic AVA and offers a blast of dark mountain berries, dominant focus, and towering structure. Occasionally, we’ll offer a wine that screams for you to stock-your-cellar, and this is undoubtedly one of them. This wine is ridiculously delicious now and will pay dividends in the cellar for 20 years if you can hang on to it that long.

This is a hot new project made by up-and-coming Winemaker Bobby Moy, who passed the trial-by-fire in the wine industry mentoring under Winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown. This 2018 is poised to blow-up all expectations of what you thought was possible for Howell Mountain Cabernet at a value price. This outstanding wine will most likely sell in a flash. (Heads-Up VIPs: Stock-Up Now)

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2018 BLACK POWDER HOWELL MOUNTAIN CABERNET SAUVIGNON

Black Powder exploded from the Western Slopes of Howell Mountain at a staggering 2100 feet in elevation, where the vines produce potent berries. In 2018 mother nature helped guide them to the peak of perfection… If you are seeking an extra special wine that you can enjoy now and also age for decades, this is a ridiculous price on Howell Mtn Cabernet (VIP stock-up alert). 

Tasting Notes from Master Sommelier: “The Black Powder Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 is an absolutely delightful wine, starting with a lush nose of blackberries, black plums, violets, crushed granite and baking spices. The palate beautifully displays mixed berry cobbler, dark chocolate, espresso roast and fresh sage. This is a textbook version of a Howell Mountain Cab, with firm, slightly dusty tannins, focused fruit, complex minerals, and a long finish. While it is drinking better at this point than I would expect for a 2018 Howell Mountain Cab, I see potential for even greater depth and complexity with bottle age and and/or more time in the glass.” KEVIN VOGT 93-95 POINTS

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