Monday, April 8, 2013

Zinfandel Chronicles Tastes 1998 Woodward Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon

Zinfandel Chronicles, by Tom Lee on April 1, 2013
"The reds from Woodward Canyon age as gracefully as anything produced in Washington. Bright violet in color. 14.4% ABV. Super ripe with a nose of candied cherries. Leather, tobacco, maraschino cherries, smoke, spice, chocolate, mint and cassis on the palate. The finish is rich, earthy and long. This wine is in a holding pattern – it’s largely unchanged from the bottle I had in the Summer of 2011. I will let my last few bottles cellar for another 3-5 years. My rating: 93 points." To read more, click here.

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