Ray’s Station Cabernet Sauvignon March 12, 2014Posted by Bacchus in : Wines , Email This Post , trackback
Ray’s Station Cabernet Sauvignon
John Ray, former army captain and bear flag republic leader, was an early founder in what is now Northern California’s wine country. Ray’s Station Cabernet Sauvignon comes primarily from the Napa Valley mountains, where the West earned its Cabernet winemaking spurs, and from John G. Ray’s old stompin’ grounds in Alexander Valley. 2011.
Buy Ray’s Station Cabernet Sauvignon 2011
What they now have is a dark, ruby-red wine that John G. Ray would find to be rich, textured and a considerable value- especially due to its fruit sourcing, quality and taste. Rich, dense, layered. Mountain berries, cedar and vanilla spice fill the nose. Heaps of black cherry and blueberry please the palate.
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