2013 SINGER CELLARS “SONG” CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Revealing a layered texture and loads of minerality… Singer Cellars’ 2013 Song is a classic example of what makes the Coombsville AVA so appealing. Without a hard edge to be found… anywhere, the wine’s silken texture is threaded with blue and black fruits moving towards crushed rock, lavender and spice box. At the wine’s $60/btl retail price, it’s a standout, home run… At $29.99/btl, this one will likely be gone by noon.
Reaping the rewards of 20 months in French oak barrels… this beautifully layered Cabernet is reminiscent of a fine Bordeaux, displaying a supple yet majestic quality, covering your palate in a blanket of alluring flavors. If you haven’t experienced a wine from this remarkable region of Napa Valley, here’s a great opportunity to do so, although with a whopping 122 cases produced, I strongly recommend placing your order right away.
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2013 SINGER CELLARS "SONG" CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Winery Notes: "Deep-set, luscious aromatics reveal dark ripe berries and hints of spicy cedar to entice that first sip, and then you're hooked. The opulent mouthfeel showcases a slightly spicy texture and a bright core of dark fruit-cherry, blackberry and cassis- that remain on the palate. Supple tannins gently frame the wine, while fine-grained oak weaves through the flavors..."
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