Roy J. Maier 2003 Sonoma County Mountains Cabernet Sauvignon (Sonoma County)

This inaugural vintage from an ambitious winery is ripe and powerful and oaky, as expensive Cabs tend to be. On the deficit side is overripe fruit, with a raisiny finish and a heavy texture, but the wine is fully dry and does possess some elegance. Drink over the next five years.

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