HUNDRED ACRE WRAITH 2016 CABERNET SAUVIGNON

$750.00

DOUBLE 100 POINTS WRAITH… back-to-back-to-back

*Attention Fine Wine Collector, “…If any Hundred Acre wine can live for 100 years, this is certainly a contender.” and “sophistication and poise, this wine totally resets the benchmark for 100 points….” ~ Robert Parker

WRAITH is a trinity of Hundred Acre’s three single vineyard wines. It is a selection of barrels set aside in the cellar from those waiting to be blended someday into the single vineyard wines from Kayli Morgan, ARK or Few and Far Between. All very different and incredibly unique. The WRAITH shows all the beauty and personality of each individual vineyard and how they come together to develop even greater complexity.

JD 100

Jeb Dunnuck 100 POINTS

WA 100

Robert Parker 100 POINTS

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HUNDRED ACRE WRAITH 2016 CABERNET SAUVIGNON 100 POINT WINE

100JD | Tasting Notes From Jeb Dunnuck,Even better, and a perfect wine from my viewpoint, the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Wraith is a blend of estate vineyards and spends 40 months in new French oak. As with all of Woodbridge’s wines, it has an incredible sense of elegance and finesse paired with beautiful richness and depth. Deep ruby/purple, with cassis and kirsch fruits as well as stunning notes of tobacco, toast, and gravelly minerality, this is Cabernet Sauvignon at its most complex, seamless, and elegant. The tannin quality is off the charts, and this magical, full-bodied, multi-dimensional effort can be enjoyed any time over the coming 30+ years or more ~ JEB DUNNUCK 100 POINTS

100WA | Tasting Notes From Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate,Deep garnet colored, the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon Wraith soars out of the glass with Black Forest cake, Indian spices, tobacco leaf, dried Provence herbs and smoked meats notes, with touches of damp soil, black truffles and fragrant earth. Full-bodied, the palate is jam-packed with layer upon earthy layer of nuanced black fruits, framed by finely grained tannins, finishing with a lifted, bright red fruit burst. It’s like a complex scent puzzle that only begins to make sense when knitted with the textures in the mouth and then long after the wine has been swallowed. Still incredibly youthful, give it another 5 years in the cellar, at least, and drink it over the next 40 years+. ~ ROBERT PARKER 100 POINTS