2009 Kacaba Cab Sauv

Inky dark in color with a nice nose of dark berries. On the mid pallet the wine displays some lovely dark cherries along with some nice dryness, some tannins and a bit of acidity. This one is still showing it’s fruit well. We paired it with maple coated salmon and it held it’s own but the dryness and complexity of the finish was much more noticeable without food. I would give it an 89 or so. $24.95 at the winery.

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