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Cabernet Sauvignon, Frog's Leap, Rutherford Napa Valley, California 2014/15 75cl

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COUNTRY: USA
VINTAGE: 2014/15
APV: 14.5%
GRAPE VARIETIES: Cabernet Sauvignon
FOODS: Steak, cheese and pork
REGION: California
AVAILABILITY:IN STOCK
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Cabernet Sauvignon, Frog's Leap, Rutherford Napa Valley, California 2014/15 75cl

This powerful wine with aromas of cocoa and cassis, succulent flavours of ripe blueberries, distinctive 'dust' and the long full mouth-feel.
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Rutherford: no other name in the Napa Valley conjures such strong identity. Gustave Niebaum, Georges de Latour, André Tchelistcheff, and John Daniel all built their dreams and hopes around capturing the haunting essence of this remarkable place. Cabernet sauvignon, the vessel used to express their passion, has long been recognised as the perfect muse for the Rutherford soils. “Rutherford Dust” is the term that André attributed to those incredible aromatics, seemingly the most delicate of balances between the rich black fruit of the north valley and the taut essence of green olives and bay more typical of the south. The “Rutherford Bench” is the area defined by the western slopes of Rutherford and home to the most legendary of all Rutherford’s cabernets.

Frog’s Leap Rutherford: our most honest attempt to capture all of the above in a single bottle — history, tradition and the ultimate expression of winemaking passion.

Cabernet Sauvignon - How to introduce the most widely-known red grape in the world? Now planted nearly everywhere there are vines, growers the world over know that its distinctive black fruit flavours are a sure sell in export markets. Fairly low maintenance, it flourishes wherever there is warmth and sunlight. The coolest of marginal climates give green, capsicum flavours; in warmer climates the fruit flavours become richer and blacker, with a savoury ‘graphite‘ edge. Despite having been accused of encouraging homogeneity in international wine styles, it undeniably produces some of the greatest red wines in the world.

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