2019 EISELE VINEYARD NAPA VALLEY CABERNET SAUVIGNON

$650.00

When Critics agree on a Perfect 100 Point Wine it’s ultra-rare, and also Highly sought-after Worldwide… We just received a super limited allocation, and available in 3-PACKS OWC – Original Wood Cases. (please let me know if you want the Wood Boxes for your collection). 6-packs and Full Cases are Highly Recommended my friends – Here’s a treat for the Fine Wine Collector! (limited supply: first come, first serve).

Eisele Vineyard, formerly Araujo Estate, was the first Napa vineyard purchased by a first-growth Bordeaux house in 2013 after Chateau Latour recognized the Estate’s immense potential for producing world-class Cabernet Sauvignon. Chateau Latour’s team continues down the path of excellence, with the 2019 vintage earning double 100-point scores, ranking as one of Napa Valley’s top wines.

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2019 EISELE VINEYARD NAPA VALLEY CABERNET SAUVIGNON – PERFECT 100 POINT WINE 

100WA | from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, ” Deep purple-black in color, the nose of the 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon slowly unfurls to reveal a gorgeous perfume of violets and roses over a core of kirsch, boysenberries and cassis, plus hints of redcurrant jelly and menthol, emerging into wafts of pencil lead and truffles. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is built like a brick house, featuring very firm, wonderfully ripe, grainy tannins and bold freshness to support the vivacious, tightly wound black and red fruit layers, finishing long and mineral laced. It’s a stunning, evocative, singular wine that so beautifully captures the long, slow-maturing grace of the 2019 vintage. “ ROBERT PARKER 100 POINTS

100JS | from James Suckling, ” This is sophisticated and intellectual, with an incredible wall of fine tannins that take you deep down into the soul of the wine. Full-to medium-bodied, tight and soulful. Tar, ash and volcanic-soil flavors. White pepper, too. Great length. Shows the first-growth quality of the vineyards, harking back to the wines of the mid-1970s. From biodynamically grown grapes with Demeter certification. This needs at least six to seven years of bottle age. Best after 2028.  “ JAMES SUCKLING 100 POINTS

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