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Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 332 Napa Valley 2010

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1842585
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Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 332 Napa Valley 2010 750ml

Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 332 Napa Valley

Gorgeous, lovely, and pure describe my overall impression of the wine (not to mention the word “soul”, which I wrote in my tasting notes). The aromatics take a few minutes to unwind, and reveal pretty red fruits like currant and ripe plum backed with a rocky minerality and dark chocolate notes. The aromatics continue to grow in the glass and will in the bottle as well. However, it’s the palate that truly reveals what this wine is all about - beautifully textured and succulent, with lithe tannins and superbly integrated red and black fruits. While the wine achieves a rare sense of balance and harmony, there is solid fruit impact as well. This wine is a real symphony - an unfinished symphony, really, because as good as the wine is now, there is lots more complexity to enjoy in the years to come.

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Cameron Hughes Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 332 Napa Valley 2010
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Cameron Hughes Cabernet Sauvignon Lot 332 Napa Valley 750ML 2010

Tasting Notes Gorgeous, lovely, and pure describe my overall impression of the wine (not to mention the word “soul”, which I wrote in my tasting notes). The aromatics take a few minutes to unwind, and reveal pretty red fruits like currant and ripe plum backed with a rocky minerality and dark chocolate notes. The aromatics continue to grow in the glass and will in the bottle as well. However, it’s the palate that truly reveals what this wine is all about - beautifully textured and succulent, with lithe tannins and superbly integrated red and black fruits. While the wine achieves a rare sense of balance and harmony, there is solid fruit impact as well. This wine is a real symphony - an unfinished symphony, really, because as good as the wine is now, there is lots more complexity to enjoy in the years to come.