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2009 Carl Roy Cabernet Sauvignon East Side Cuvee
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Really nice, especially at the price
by Fannin10580945
One hour decant: This is full of black cherry, blackberry and cassis, both on the nose and the palate. Very balanced with a smooth finish. After more time, the tannins do make an appearance. They are not intrusive, just a little dusty, and after 2.5 hours they seem resolved with the fruit. This is eminently drinkable now and will be even better in a year or two. Truly outstanding value.
A Cab Lovers Dream
by Johnson13027091
Ok, let's just say that if red wine was all that was left after the Apocalypse, I would have no problem surviving. If all that was left was this Carl Roy cab I would consider myself the luckiest man left on the planet. I have tasted so many cabs in my day, but never one I would rate as highly as this. From start to finish, this is by far the best I have ever had....and not best on average score. Best in each and every category, nose, entry, midpalate and finish. Did I mention how it actually tastes? I have had a few structurally perfect wines that tasted quite good but not great. This Carl Roy wins on taste, too. Hands down. I've never personally rated any wine higher than 93 in my life. I don't know what a 97 or 98 is but this feels like it. I wish Wineaccess had 6 stars on it's histogram for this one. There better be more of this available soon, or I am gonna be one cranky wino.......
by Phillips12606239
An absolute favorite. I bought it twice Phil

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