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Chappellet Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon Mountain Cuvee
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Sturdy and Nice
02/02/2007
by Whitehead12222927
This blend is very well balanced. Makes a wonderful accompaniment to a juicy prime rib dinner at a good value.
01/07/2006
by Belote11871064
Had this with Rob and Doug at Moro. Very good!
Unbelievable!
10/07/2005
by Big Daddy
This 2001 is an amazing cuvee that stands up to many wines twice its price. The fruit is intense on the nose, ripe cherry. On the palate, you find amazing complexity and depth. It's very well balanced, the cab noticeable, but the other blends really add balance. The fruit persists through the finish with oak and spice topping things off. It was a perfect compliment to the duck I had, but would suit grilled filet too.

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Cabernet Sauvignon

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