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Marietta Cabernet Sauvignon 1998

Cabernet Sauvignon from Sonoma County, California
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    A generous 18 months of aging in French oak barrels brings out the toasty oak nose and the entire bouquet of this wine is forward and very expansive. Created with a center core of firm tannins, this Cabernet Sauvignon is thick in body and structured with ample layers of fruit on the palate that mirror the nose. Crafted as a selection to benefit from cellaring for a decade or more, this vintage will show added complexity over time but, may be enjoyed in its youth as well.

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    Marietta, Sonoma County, California
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    Marietta is a second generation, estate driven family winery, founded on the belief that winemaking at its best is a creative and instinctual act.

    Farming unique and historical growing sites in Sonoma and Mendocino counties, we produce three tiers of deep, bright, expressive wines: Our Single Estate Series honors special sites, our Family Series pays tribute to our family’s four generations in winemaking, and the OVR Series is anchored by our flagship Old Vine Red, the beloved unconventional proprietary red wine that founded Marietta forty years ago.

    BNE0612863_1998 Item# 18746