Spottswoode 2002 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley)

Cellar Selection

The estate is in St. Helena. The wine is dry, tannic and too young, an obvious cellar candidate. Those tannins mask the underlying core of black cherry, black currant and cocoa fruit. This is a lovely, fine Cabernet, rich and supple, that should start showing well by 2010.

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