88 Points | Wine Spectator
86 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate
Color deep purple. Very impressive nose of black fruit, cassis and some spice. Really good wine and drinking well. Give this about an hour or two to unwind. Delicious but think this needs food because of its power.
What a vintage!!!
Titus knocks it out of the park with this 2007, as are many of the wineries that year. I am mostly a fan of their Petite Sirah but this cab was really intense. My local store doesn't care Titus and I grab some online whenever you can. This wine is for those like rich and chewy cabs.
I was not wowed by this selection but a good choice. Reminds me of Seqioua Grove, but fuller-bodied. For around $40, I am not sure what else is around for any quality. Would like to see how this ages, we have 5 bottles left.
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My Rib-Eye Cab
Dense, broad Cabernet. Rich, rich mouthfeel with a long, lingering finish. A little better than the 06. Still priced lower than most other reputable Napa Cabs. Perfect match for a grilled steak on the fatty side...like the rib-eyes had this Titus. Would buy again.
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