Elegant and refined, the 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon opens with aromas of rich black fruit laced with hints of dried herbs. The wine's deep connection
to the soil is reflected in flavors of cassis, plum and black berries which are complemented by the essence of truffle, cedar and tobacco. Soft tannins and well integrated oak are balanced with a fine acidity to create a finish that will linger well after the last course has been cleared.
"John Williams at Frog's
Leap is not out to make the ripest cabernet in the valley. He’s a grower, and it
appears that he tuned his organically farmed vines precisely to the long, moderate 2007
season, producing a wine that stretches from the roots to the leaves and reaches toward cool,
pure, tightly balanced fruit. It’s an elegant cabernet, the fruit transparent enough to show
the character of Rutherford through the lens of woodland strawberries and red and black
currants. Delicious on release, this gets better with air, as it will in bottle. A wine to cellar for
ten years and enjoy along the way with lamb."
Wine & Spirits
"Good Cabernet, dry and complex, showing classic Napa character. The tannin structure is near perfect, while the flavors are ripe and juicy in blackberries, cherries, currants and cedar. Polished now and through 2013."
Begins with big ripe blackberry and raspberry jam, finish is smooth with clean tannin and subtle cedar smoke. Very approachable and addictive. This bottle will go fast.
Opens with loads of ripe red fruit aromas with layers of blackerry, herbs and cedar. I decanted the wine and it took almost an hour to open up. Nice balance with a long supple finish.
Full of flavor with out any after taste. One of the easiest drinking wines I've had in some time.