The 2002 harvest was one of the finest growing seasons in the last decade. Average rainfall,
moderate temperatures and consistent weather patterns during the year created the perfect scenario for the fruit to ripen
and reach full maturity. The wines from this vintage exhibit depth and intensity of flavors, vivid colors, and
well-developed tannin structure.
Martin Ray Sonoma Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is aged for 30 months in new French oak
barrels. This hearty, bold Cabernet has a deep garnet hue with rich aromas of black cherries, luscious chocolate and an
underlying whisper of blackberry. The rich, concentrated flavors include abundant layers of ripe cherries and blackberries
covered in vanilla cream, leading to a long, full finish.