When a new wine has everything from a 100 point winemaking team, a legendary grower, and an extraordinary vineyard, it’s easy to wax eloquent about them. Phil Coturri farms Korbin Kameron’s vineyards, and Sonoma Magazine called Phil “the ubiquitous wizard of sustainable winemaking,” and his clients include Harlan and Araujo. The wines are made by Tim Milos, who crafted stellar vintages of Opus One, Stag’s Leap, and Cliff Lede, to name a few.

Korbin Kameron’s vineyard is perched on a ridge near the top of Mt Veeder and straddles the Mayacamas Mountain Range at 2,300 feet elevation. Phil Coturri farms the vineyard organically, biodynamically, and sustainably which results in a pure and natural expression of fruit.

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Tasting Notes from Winemaker, “This 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is a brooding powerhouse. It has a deep inkiness with aromatics of elderberry, plum blackberry jam, and a hint of violet. The concentrated palate has layers of notes of cocoa nibs, fresh blueberries, and black mission figs.”

Tasting Notes from Master Sommelier, “The Korbin Kameron Moon Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 begins with a deep, concentrated nose composed of tart red fruits, combined with blue and black fruits, violets and hints of spice. The color is a dark purple that perfectly frames the focused, concentrated palate, showcasing pomegranate, crushed blackberries, dried cherries, and red currants. This is a flashy wine with supple tannins that lead to a very long, intense finish. Korbin Kameron 2014 is a wine that’s beautiful now, but will age for 12 years or more.” KEVIN VOGT 95 POINTS

The 2014 Korbin Kameron Cabernet includes the iconic clones 337 and 7, which thrive in the well-drained gravelly loam soils. The areas ample daytime sunshine and cooling maritime influence at night are perfect for ripening Bordeaux varietals to the peak of perfection. One of the best Cabernets in Sonoma, I highly recommend a 15-pack case at this VIP Exclusive…