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Date Printed: 11/27/2014
Martha Clara Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2004
Martha Clara Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon 2004
(search item no. 92844)

PRICE ON 11/27/2014: $17.99

Winemaker's Notes:

The sweet scent of blueberries fuse with the deep oak aromas of this luscious wine. This bright, ruby red Cabernet Sauvignon offers a velvety and smooth structure, with nice balanced acidity. The fusion of dark berry aromas reveals scents of wild flowers, suggesting a fruity earthiness typical of the varietal. The mouthfeel is soft yet lush, with supple and delicate tannins.

Serving suggestions: Perfect with beef stew and wild mushrooms. Cabernet Sauvignon loves bold cheeses.

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About Martha Clara Vineyards:

Robert Entenmann, owner of Martha Clara Vineyards' named the venture after his mother, Martha Clara Entenmann. It all began back in 1898. William Entenmann arrived in America from Germany eager to fulfill his dreams in the "land of opportunity." He opened a retail bakery in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn and began delivering cakes, bread and rolls by horse-drawn buggy. William Jr. followed in his father's footsteps and took over the retail shop on Main Street along with 30 home and delicatessen delivery routes. It was there that he met his wife, Martha Clara Schneider, who was one of the pastry sales girls at that time.

In 1978, the family agreed to sell the company and move on to greener pastures. For Robert Entenmann this meant a potato farm turned thoroughbred horse farm on the North Fork of Long Island. The neighboring potato farms began to give way to vineyards; it was just a matter of time before he would follow suit

In 1995 Robert caught the grape bug and planted 18acres of vitis vinifera grapes. Over the next four years his vineyard acreage grew to 112 acres as he anxiously waited for the grapes to come of age. Today, daughter Jackie runs the Long Island vineyards home to over a dozen types of classical European varietals.