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Freemark Abbey Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2014

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Freemark Abbey Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2014
Vivino Users, (4.2)
"Very good Cab. As good as wines costing $80+. Great extended finish!"
95 / 100
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
92 / 100

It’s hard to remember an offer that matches the incredible value offered by Freemark Abbey, who demonstrate that power doesn’t have to come at the expense of balance and complexity.  Even better than the plumpest, fruitiest cult Cabernets are real deal wines like this that offer muscle, length and loads of personality.   

About the wine

Not all Cabs are made equal, even in glorious Napa. Some have a secret weapon - Bosché and Sycamore. These two sites earned top acclaim from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate in 2014 - 96+ and 95+ scores - and they are the secret sauce in Freemark’s  Cabernet!  Why not include them in the single vineyards? Well, the 2014 crop was so concentrated that literally every bottle could have stayed in the single-vineyard and Reserve tier, but there needs to be some Rutherford each year for restaurants and the tasting room - and it just so happens to be a Cabernet of elite quality! 

Appellation: Napa Valley
- 4.2/5.0, Vivino Users
- 95 pts, Decanter
- 92 pts, Wine Advocate
Vineyard Notes:
Stage Coach Vineyard – Atlas Peak
Bosché Vineyard – Rutherford
Sycamore Vineyard – Rutherford
Alcohol: 14.1% 


4.2 ★ Vivino Users 

"Very good Cab. As good as wines costing $80+. Great extended finish!"

95 pts, Decanter

"The estate known today as Freemark Abbey was established in 1886 by one of the first female wine-growers in Napa. Today Ted Edwards is head winemaker, working for the past three decades to develop relationships with growers, allowing exclusive sourcing rights to specific plots, which is crucial to the winery’s success. This wine has been aged for 28 months in a mixture of French and American oak. Stephen Brook: Powerful blackcurrant nose, with slightly charred oak. Very rich without being jammy, it packs a punch. An assertive and very youthful style, but good acidity and tannins mean this should go the distance. Alex Hunt MW: A bit Port-like on the nose to begin with, but there is good depth and the brightness increases in the glass. The palate is succulent, appealing, and has potential to age. Very good. Stefan Neumann MS: Intense, youthful and fruit-forward nose. This is softly structured but with a good level of tannins. Violets and rose petals lead up to a lengthy finish. Great purity and clarity here."

92 pts, Robert Parker

"Medium to deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley—blended of 78.2% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot, 5.6% Malbec and 2.2% Cabernet Franc—has a compelling perfume of dried roses, fragrant herbs and dusty earth over a core of crushed plums and blackberries with a waft of tobacco. Medium-bodied, lively and expressive in the mouth, it has a pleasant pluminess accented by herb and earth notions, finishing long and chewy."



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