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Fetzer Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon California Valley Oaks
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wow, I love it
02/16/2012
by Rice219011
This is so wonderful to experience a 2009 fetzer cabernet sauvignon for only $4.47 here at Central Market in Dallas Texas.
I could not believe that
02/10/2010
by Miklos12371398
I rated this 2007 inexpensive Cab five stars! The vine is pleasantly viscous, very nice clean ruby color, dry just right with nice after-taste. I had only one single bottle of this to try and am planning to buy few cases; just hope that this one was not just the only one bottle that is good, but other people rated it positively as well. The tasting was blind one. I did not try the magnum. I let the vine to breathe for something like 30 minutes before tasting.
Great Every Day Wine!
02/02/2010
by Dave Potts
My wife and I love Five Rivers Cab, which is, I believe, owned by the same company that makes Fetzer Cab. "The Wine Trials" strongly suggested the Fetzer Cab, so we just tried it, and really enjoy it. It's a little lighter than Five Rivers, but we strongly recommend trying a bottle. At around $7.00, you can't go wrong!

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Cabernet Sauvignon

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