2013 JONES FAMILY “THE SISTERS” CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Almost as common as the name Jones, is the number of times Thomas Brown comes up in my emails. With nearly two dozen perfect 100 Point wines, Thomas Brown is a dominating force in Cabernet Sauvignon and he’s truly at the top of his game. He made history as the first American winemaker to receive a perfect 100 Point score from the Wine Spectator, and he’s also the winemaker at Schrader, Revana, Maybach, Gemstone and Outpost to name a few. It’s also not uncommon for Brown’s wines to trade for several hundred dollars per bottle and at under $100, the Jones Family The Sisters Cabernet got my attention…
Packed with supple, concentrated red cherry, deep black raspberry, pomegranate, graphite and a touch of sweet vanilla oak, this absolutely ready to drink Cabernet will thrill you from first sip to last. The vineyard is managed by Jim Barbour, one of the absolute top viticulturists, who’s list of clients include icons like Hundred Acre, Grace Family and Barbour to list a few… At under $100/btl this pedigreed Cab deserves a spot in your cellar and on your table…
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Winery Notes: "The supple mouth feel and red-fruit core of the 2013 The Sisters makes it incredibly approachable early. The color of this wine is a translucent deep garnet and aromas of rose oil, lavender, and mint emanate from the glass. On the palate the wine is very round and fully reminiscent of a soft flower petal in feel and shape. Notes of dark cherry, river stone, and jasmine are finely layered and framed by light tannin profile that provides just the right amount of structure. This wine should be showing well for the next 5-7 years."
|Dimensions||11.5 × 3 × 3 in|