2012 HEITZ “MARTHA’S VINEYARD” CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Wine is energy in a bottle, and one of Napa Valley’s most energetic and historic terroirs is Martha’s Vineyard. It’s one of California’s longest running single-vineyards, dating back to 1966. With Grand Cru level quality and majestic first-growth depth, the 2012 Heitz Martha’s Vineyard is loaded with extravagant blackberries, cassis, eucalyptus, tobacco leaf, and a touch of mint, which this hallowed ground is known for. With three separate 96 point reviews under it’s belt, I strongly recommend securing a case of this classic, American Icon, while you still can.
Positioned on the Southwest side of Oakville, walled by Harlan and Bond vineyards on it’s Western side, and Opus and ToKalon Vineyards on it’s Eastern edge, this 34 acre site is fringed with towering Eucalyptus trees, which are often credited with the distinctive minty aroma and taste of the wine. Kept for 3 1/2 years in oak, the 2012 offers waves of concentrated dark berries laced with graphite, fresh tobacco, spices and dried mint. I strongly recommend a case of this benchmark Napa Valley wine with all the energy to give you a lifetime of pleasure.
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