Regusci 2010 Stags Leap District Cab

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Regusci 2010 Stags Leap District Cab

Our Rating: 92 Points by Robert Parker:

Grape growing in the Stags Leap District extends back to the mid-1800s when the Silverado Trail was a quiet horse path. In 1878, Terrill L. Grigsby built Occidental Winery, the region's first winery, and the current home of Regusci Winery. Several years later, in 1893, San Francisco entrepreneur Horace Chase built the first winery to bear the Stags' Leap name. Theories abound as to the origin of the name Stags Leap but the most well loved and oft-repeated is the legend of a stag who successfully eluded hungry hunters by leaping to freedom across the District's landmark peaks. 750 ML

$59.99
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The 2010 vintage brings a cooler year focus to the wines with all dark fruit notes and a bright, crisp approach. Aromatically charged with earth, smoke, blackberry, sandalwood, red current and baked spices, the initial nose on this wine is charged with concentration and complexity. The palate resolves into earthen black and red currant fruit, mocha and balanced, tart tannins, with a clean mineral finish.
Additional Information

Additional Information

RATING 92
COLOR & TYPE Red
COUNTRIES USA
Region Napa
VINTAGE 2010
VARIETAL Cabernet Sauvignon
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