Geyser Peak 2002 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon (Alexander Valley)

The overwhelming impression is of strong, astringently dry tannins that absolutely limit pleasure. Is it worth cellaring? There's a deep core of black cherry and cassis fruit and adequate acidity. The wine will undoubtedly throw sediment and soften, but that doesn't equate to improvement. Your best bet is to decant and drink with rich, fatty meats and cheeses.

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  • Alcohol
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  • Bottle Size
    750ML
  • Category
    Red
  • Date Published
    5/1/2006
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