2019 Schrader 'Double Diamond' Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville 375mL

$44.95 $49.95
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Thomas Rivers Brown, Schrader’s not-so-secret weapon, is the talent behind this ‘experts only’ Double Diamond Cabernet. Layers of decadent flavor weave through exotic spice and a refined tannin structure in a wine that highlights all the best attributes of Oakville. Dynamic flavors interact on the palate with vivid harmony, carrying mouth-watering blackberry compote and dark chocolate through to a long, floral finish. Meet you at the bottom?

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“In top vintages, Schrader’s Beckstoffer Cabernet Sauvignon-based wines can be as good as money can buy ... anywhere in the world.” – Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate It’s hard to point to a winemaker in the Napa Valley on a more consistent winning streak than Thomas Rivers Brown. The wines he makes for Schrader, Maybach, Double Diamond, Kinsella, and Jones Family do not share a monolithic sameness, but rather individuality. Because Brown makes wine naturally - with no spinning cones, additives, or hocus pocus - the only thing the wines have in common is their greatness, and the monster critical acclaim that has followed. Which brings us to Schrader. Simply put, these are some of the most consistent and critically acclaimed wines being made in the valley right now. They are truly rare and great, made from historic Grand Cru sites in St. Helena, Rutherford, and Oakville.

Varietal:
Cabernet Sauvignon
Winemaker:
Thomas Rivers Brown
Vintage:
2019
Appellation:
Napa Valley
Sub-Appellation:
Oakville
SKU #:
1048914
Size:
375 ml Bottle
JD94

Jeb Dunnuck

Released by Schrader as a separate brand, the 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon from Double Diamond (which is still 70% To Kalon) offers a forward, medium to full-bodied, incredibly sexy style as well as classy notes of cassis, tobacco, incense, orange blossom, and flowers. Readers looking for a touch of that Schrader magic at a slightly more affordable price are going to love this beauty. It's already drinking nicely, and I see no need to delay gratification.