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Shafer One Point Five Cabernet Sauvignon 2006, Stags Leap District, Napa Valley, California, United States: Vintages Wine Panel: This wine doesn’t have the detail of their famed Hillside Select, but it’s remarkably close in quality. The texture, that signal aspect of SLD fruit, is layered and as rich as French roast coffee, with an underlying tension that keeps the wine focused on high-toned red fruit, dark earth and violet scents. It’s powerful and guarded when first poured, growing sleek and classical with a day of air. This should drink increasingly well over the next ten years. WSP. My note: Aristocratic New World elegance: one of the best-made California Cabernets, period. Love the way they bring it all together: lovely black fruit aromas, smoke, balance, length. 45476 14.90% D 750 mL $85.95 Score: 95/100. December 5, 2009 Favourite Red Wine. Full Review
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