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2012 Rattlesnake Cabernet Sauvignon -- $175
$175.00

After 22 months in oak, approximately 90% new french oak, the wine has come together beautifully to be one of the best Rattlesnake Cabernet's that this estate has ever produced. The 2012 Rattlesnake is definitely a big lush fruit laden wine. Blackberry and dark currents abound, with quintessential Spring Mountain minerality. Firm, chalky tannins are balance by mountain acidity. With its weight, layered aromatics and flavors, it is a pinnacle in expression of low-yielding Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon. Alcohol: 14.6%.

    2012 Rattlesnake Cabernet Sauvignon, 1.5L -- $370
    $370.00

    After 22 months in oak, approximately 90% new french oak, the wine has come together beautifully to be one of the best Rattlesnake Cabernet's that this estate has ever produced. The 2012 Rattlesnake is definitely a big lush fruit laden wine. Blackberry and dark currents abound, with quintessential Spring Mountain minerality. Firm, chalky tannins are balance by mountain acidity. With its weight, layered aromatics and flavors, it is a pinnacle in expression of low-yielding Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon. Alcohol: 14.6%.

      2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Spring Mountain District -- $75
      $75.00

      The 2012 Spring Mountain Cabernet jumps from the glass. Immense amounts of aromatics are extremely prevalent upon pouring. Giant amounts of blackberry, ripe fig, violet perfume and plum are surrounded by creamed coffee, cedar and allspice. The mouth feel is velvety, and rich. Black currants, mocha and pepper flavors take over on the palate. The tannins are definitely present in a round chalkier form, where very firm mountain acidity aids to balance them out. Although extremely aromatic already, this stunning wine will age beautifully over the next 14-15 years  Alcohol:14.1% 

      • Vintage: 2012
      • Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
      • AVA: Spring Mountain District
      2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Spring Mountain District, 1.5L -- $160
      $160.00

      This opaque wine currently shows crushed violets, cocoa nibs and mixed black cooking spices. Some of the subtle minerality is only beginning to show. The palette is very plush and darker small berry fruit carries through here. Very firm chalky tannins begin to build on the palette, which is backed by firm acid. The 10% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot bring extra levels of complexity to this wine. This is a deeper and firmer Cabernet than in previous years, a true classic mountain wine that will take time to show its best, 11-13 years (2024-2026).  Alcohol:14.1% 

      • Vintage: 2012
      • Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
      • AVA: Spring Mountain District
      2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, Spring Mountain District -- $75
      $75.00

      This opaque wine currently shows crushed violets, cocoa nibs and mixed black cooking spices. Some of the subtle minerality is only beginning to show. The palette is very plush and darker small berry fruit carries through here. Very firm chalky tannins begin to build on the palette, which is backed by firm acid. The 10% Cabernet Franc and 3% Petit Verdot bring extra levels of complexity to this wine. This is a deeper and firmer Cabernet than in previous years, a true classic mountain wine that will take time to show its best, 11-13 years (2024-2026).  Alcohol:14.1% 

        2011 Pinot Noir Savoy Vineyard Anderson Valley -- $55
        $55.00

        Cherry blossom and rosewater perfume immediately abound from the glass on the 2011 Savoy Pinot Noir. Beautiful graphite, licorice and white pepper spice are also apparent. A velvety mouth feel leads straight into flavors of raspberry, cranberry tart and cocoa. The soft to medium tannin is almost pushed over by crisp firm acidity. This wonderful wine will hold extremely well over the next 6-7 years (2018-2019).

          2012 Pinot Noir, Green Valley of Russian River, Tina Marie Vineyard -- $45
          $45.00

          Beautiful deep ruby in color the 2012 Tina Marie is extremely fragrant. Fresh raspberries and dusty cocoa fill the glass. Blueberry pie, pomegranate concentrate and violets are just as present. The palette is super velvety with more pomegranate and raspberries. There is a touch of minerality on the palette, mainly gravel. Firm tannins, for Pinot Noir, are present, and are balanced with some crisp acidity. This wine will develop beautifully over the next 6-7 years (2019-2020).