Robert Mondavi Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2004
from Napa Valley, California
Our Robert Mondavi Winery Cabernet Sauvignon has deep, expressive aromas and flavors of berry and black currant with nuances of mocha, violets and spice. The fruit envelops an elegant structure with firm, velvety tannins and excellent length. The wine's personality comes from the soils and climates of vineyards located in the geographic center of Napa Valley. Fermentation with both native and cultured yeast strains gives layers of nuance to the wine, and extended skin contact intensifies varietal complexity and softens tannins. We aged the wine in French oak château barrels and bottled it without filtration to capture the full flavor profile and lush texture.
We selected the majority of the grapes from the center of Napa Valley, a region well known for producing intensely flavored Cabernet family grape varieties. The balance of sunny days and cool, foggy nights here is perfect for developing rich, complex flavors and velvety tannins in Cabernet Sauvignon. A range of deep, alluvial soils to lean volcanic ones contributes to the diverse flavors in this wine,. We chose 40% of the grapes from the Oakville American Viticultural Area (AVA) including 24% from Robert Mondavi's historic To Kalon Vineyard. We sourced the balance of the grapes primarily from vineyards in Rutherford and Stags Leap District AVAs.
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A Customer - New Orleans
Wonderful! One of the best cabernets I've had in a while. Powerful fruity aroma, beautiful medium-dark coloration, delicious flavor with a perfect caress of the tongue, and a long, lingering finish. You can't go wrong with this one.
A Customer - EDISON, NJ
I LOVE THIS CABERNET. IT IS SO FRUITY AND FLAVORFUL. A DEFINITE FAVORITE.
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