Beringer 2001 Marston Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon (Spring Mountain District)

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Enormously tannic and effectively shut down now, this nonetheless is a big, potent, dry wine that's explosive in ripe, plush Cabernet fruit flavor, and generously oaked. The finish is so sweet, so delicious. The idea clearly is an ageable mountain Cab and Beringer seems to have succeeded. Hold until 2008, at the earliest.

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