2007 Quintessa Proprietory Red Napa 375ml Half Bottle Split

$59.95 -- 2007 Quintessa Proprietory Red 375ml Half Bottle Split

Purchase 2007 Quintessa Proprietory Red Napa 375ml Half Bottle Split

2007 Quintessa Proprietory Red Napa 375ml Half Bottle Split

2007 Quintessa Proprietary Red Blend 375mL

Quintessa 2007 opens to rich, complex aromas of dark black currant fruit with undertones of raspberry, licorice and spice. On the palate, the wine delivers what the nose promises—power and refinement with a mélange of complex cassis, blackberry, mocha and sandalwood spice flavors. A broad, rich middle palate and a long finish offer a delicate balance of intensity and elegance, full fruit and supple tannins. This vintage will gain complexity in the bottle and age gracefully for a decade or more.

Critical Acclaim

"There is a sense of sophistication and well-managed ripeness that seem a constant in the best Cabernets of the vintage, and both are apparent in this complex and very well-crafted wine. A nice splash of sweet oak highlights the very keen curranty fruit in its aromas and continues on as a sympathetic partner to themes of cassis and black cherries in the wine's lengthy and beautifully proportioned flavors. Ageworthy by dint of its balance rather than for forbidding astringency, this is one to hide away for at least a half dozen years and more.” – 96 Connoisseurs' Guide

"A very fine Cab from the estate, which is in the north-central part of the Rutherford appellation. Judging from the tannins, it’s too youthful to drink now, with a tight, astringent mouthfeel and fleshy, unintegrated oak. But the flavors are extraordinary. They flood the mouth with the essence of Cabernet, with ripe blackberries, black currants, raspberries and mocha, and the spicy finish lasts for a full minute. Give it until 2013, and it should provide great drinking through 2019, at least." – 95 Wine Enthusiast

Purchase 2007 Quintessa Proprietory Red Napa 375ml Half Bottle Split





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