Abreu Vineyard, Madrona Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon, 1995

North Coast, Napa Valley, U.S.A.

Abreu Vineyard, Madrona Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon, 1995

North Coast, Napa Valley, U.S.A.

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Bottle

£299.00
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Out of stock

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£299.00

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Grape Varietes: Cabernet Sauvignon 90%, Cabernet Franc 5%, Merlot 5% Wine Style: Full Bodied Red Winemaker: David Abreu Optimum Drinking: 2016-2025 Reviewer Rating: 97 Reviewer: Antonio Galloni Code: 102715 Label Quality: Very good condition.
Estate Notes

Only 240 cases of Abreu Vineyard's Madrona Ranch Cabernet Sauvignon 1995 were made, so this is a great opportunity to taste a maturing vintage from one of the United State's finest estates.

Arbreu Vineyard is owned by David Abreu, a native Napa Valley who grew up in Rutherford, California in a family with farming interests. David grew up working in vineyards, and eventually founded the Madrona Ranch vineyard back in 1982. Since his first release in 1987, Abreu's wines have quickly won worldwide acclaim and the 1995 is drinking wonderfully well right now.

Please note: bottle shown is for illustrative purposes only (not actual bottle for sale).

Reviews

"The 1995 Cabernet Sauvignon Madrona Ranch is a strikingly superb Cabernet Sauvignon. Aged in 100% new Taransaud barrels (as are all Abreu's wines), this wine boasts an opaque purple color, in addition to a fabulous bouquet of blueberries, blackberries, cassis, licorice, minerals, and smoky, toasty oak. The wine's aromatics soar from the glass, and in the mouth, the bouquet's promise is fulfilled. A thick, juicy, black fruit character comes across in cascades of fruit, glycerin, and extract. All of this has been buttressed by sweet tannin and good acidity. A voluptuously-textured, blockbuster, yet remarkably harmonious wine, it is one of the finest efforts of the vintage." eRobertParker.com

"These are riveting wines produced by a former Wine Advocate "Hero of the Year." Once again, readers' only chance of ever sampling one of these sumptuous Cabernet Sauvignons is to get on David Abreu's mailing list." eRobertParker.com