Breaux 2007 Reserve Cabernet Franc (Virginia)

Editors' Choice

It's striking that this bottling packs a whopping 16.4% alcohol and is capable of managing it as well as it does. The palate is rich and hefty, with plenty of burly tannins that are deeply set into the wine's flesh. It tastes chocolaty and toasty, with an enticing maduro note that sings across the midpalate and onto the finish.

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  • Alcohol
    16.4%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    12/31/2012
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