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2007 Kamen Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma Valley
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92 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - May/June 2010

($75) Bright ruby-red. Deep aromas of raspberry, cassis, violet and minerals. In a distinctly creamy style, but with a rocky minerality and firm acidity framing and lifting the black raspberry fruit. This concentrated, mineral-driven wine shows an intriguing suggestion of grapefruit peel and finishes with noteworthy persistence.

92 Points | Wine Spectator
93+ Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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The essence of Sonoma Cabernet
by Beach13807740
I finally opened a bottle the other evening and it was very satisfying; a perfect complement to the grilled strip steak. It was even better 2-3 days later when I finished it, its components forming a harmonious blend of fruit, tannin and creamy unctuousness. It was throwing a fair amount of sediment so decanting is advisable. In sum? This is a smooth, rich and delicious bottle that does Sonoma proud. The pleasure and satisfaction it gave reminds me of when I first discovered and began drinking Laurel Glen Cabernet in the mid and late 80s, and that is high praise indeed. Well done Kamen!
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