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2009 Rockledge Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon The Rocks Napa Valley
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , October 2009

Good deep red-ruby.  Cool aromas of blueberry, crushed rock, licorice and violet.  Broad, sweet and fine-grained, with a pliant texture and good depth to the flavors of dark berries, chocolate and mint.  The tannins are tongue-dusting but sweet and the finish nicely persistent.  It's hard to find suave California cabernet at this price.

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06/04/2012
by marndar
One of the other reviews mentions texture, and what I liked about the Rockledge. Really elegant and soft in the mouth, with plenty of fruit to back it up. I'm looking forward to seeing if this ages as well as I think it will.
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02/22/2012
by Forrest14132751
Best red wine purchased from WineAccess yet!
Definite Rebuy
12/14/2011
by Jace
Tremendous, lush and powerful. Ripe red fruits. This one is great now, but I think it will last a long time. I couldn't put it down. Will definitely be stocking up on this one.

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