Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley, California.
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The 2012 Matt Parish Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon begins with pleasant aromas of black cherry, plum, a little smoke, some oak, a hint of vanilla and even a touch of cinnamon. Tasting this well structured wine reveals an excellent smooth texture and loads of delicious juicy dark fruit. Those vanilla and cinnamon notes from the nose continue as well along with some nice touches of dried herbs. It needs some time in the glass to really show its best, which also likely means that it has plenty of life left in the bottle if you want to cellar it for a few years. It ends dry with long lasting dark juicy fruit and oak notes. This should make a great match for a burger.
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Overall Rating: 7.0
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