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Laurel Glen Sonoma Mountain Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 1998

Cabernet Sauvignon from Sonoma County, California
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Regardless of the year, Laurel Glen has to reach a standard of quality, and in 1998 just over 1000 cases (about 50% of normal) made the cut. The 1998 Laurel Glen Sonoma Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon displays a glass-staining, dark, dense purple rim surrounding its opaque core; a tobacco/spice aroma rises from the black-fruit heart of the wine. The long, complex and balanced texture promises the typical Laurel Glen ageing potential, while offering a surprisingly smooth and luscious mouthful now. Release date: April 1, 2001 Cases produced: 1044

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Laurel Glen Vineyard, a thousand feet up the slopes of Sonoma Mountain, has long been considered one of the iconic Cabernet vineyards of California. Originally planted in the 1880’s, the present-day vineyard was developed in the 1970’s by Sonoma wine pioneer Patrick Campbell. The 1st vintage of Laurel Glen Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon was made in 1981. The vineyard’s combination of high altitude, eastern exposure, rocky soils, and small diurnal temperature swings combine to produce very distinctive wines. Despite its small production, the wine has received international acclaim for its exceptional balance, elegance and ability to age gracefully.
FSD1050_1998 Item# 44590