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Fresh and vibrant in its youth, 2010 Mayacamas Cabernet surely has a long life ahead. Red raspberry tart, bing cherry, black olive, thyme make for a substantially complex palate. The firm, structured tannins make for a classic profile, and suggest a particularly ageable wine.
One of our two library re-releases this Fall, 2000 Mayacamas Cabernet is aging beautifully – ripe and approachable after 10 extra years in the cellar. Warm inviting aromas lead the nose – sweet cherry, black plum tart, sandalwood, and pine. On the palate, rich forest berry, and licorice make for a supple yet complex wine. While the wine will cellar well for many years, the 2000 vintage is particularly open and drinkable today.
A very special re-release from our cellars, the 1995 Mayacamas Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic. A distinct, old world nose is filled with notes of red raspberry, red currant, sweet black cherry, spearmint, camphor, tobacco and rosemary. On the palate, the wine is structured but ethereal – powerful without excessive density. Firm mountain tannins frame the palette of black cherry candy, bitter chocolate and cedar. The window of drinkability is certainly beginning to open, but this wine should continue to improve in the cellar for 15+ years or more.
$825 /three-pack in cedar wood case