Wine Spectator's #6 Wine of 2022

2019 Robert Mondavi Winery The Estates Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville

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Our Oakville Cabernet Sauvignon is a traditional blend of all five Bordeaux varietals, with the final blend selected to showcase freshness and complexity while maintaining the beautiful varietal character of fruit from Oakville.

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Black Plum
Sweet Licorice
Caraway Seeds

Ripe Black Plum
Molasses Ginger Cookie

ABV 14%

Vintage 2019

Blend 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Cabernet Franc, 6% Petit Verdot, 2% Malbec, 1% Merlot

Pairs well with short rib risotto and steak salad

Robert Mondavi chose Oakville for the home of his winery in 1966 and planted Cabernet Sauvignon with the goal of creating wines that could stand in the company of the world’s finest. Most of the grapes for our Oakville District Cabernet Sauvignon come from our To Kalon Vineyard where the low-fertility, well-drained soils, aided by optimal sun exposure, lead to rich, complex flavors and impeccable fruit maturity.

Pts. Decanter "This wine has proved to be one of Napa's longest-lived reds, capable of cellaring many decades. If its nose is characteristically reticent, that is to be expected, but the upfront appeal of the vintage shows in the vivid ripe cherry and boysenberry fruit aromas that are laced with vanilla, graphite and cedar. Expansive on the palate with energy and poise, showcasing red and black fruits, savoury herbs, brown spices, and a crushed stone salinity. Very fine, pixelated tannins resolve in a long spicy finish that builds with notes of chocolate and crushed flowers." - Jonathan Cristaldi, Decanter, September 12, 2022
Pts. Wine Spectator "Throws off some pretty gorgeous aromas of violet, anise and sweet bay leaf, with a core of ripe, streamlined boysenberry and blackberry pate de fruit flavors following closely. The finish has a racy graphite edge, while the fruit and aromas just spill through. Approachable now, too. Drink now through 2034." - James Molesworth, Wine Spectator, November 15, 2021