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Silver Oak Cabernet Chocolate Wine Bottle
Silver Oak Chocolate Champagne Bottle - Dark Chocolate with Black Cherry infusion and a dusting of Espresso, intermixing this complex wine's earth and spice tones with its very prominent lush red fruit flavors. Our Luxury Silver Oak Cabernet Chocolate Champagne Bottle is hand delivered in a beautifully designed Griffins Gift Box with individual tasting notes highlighting each wine and champagnes qualities and flavors. Only premium Belgium chocolates have been used by our partner Chocolatier with the highest of quality accent flavorings to guarantee a taste bud explosion.
Our Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is maroon in color with a garnet hue. It has an enticing nose of maraschino cherries, blackberry bramble, and brisket with notes of clove and star anise. Mouthwatering with a juicy entry, this wine has a fruity mid-palate of currant with toasted vanilla and roasted brown sugar character from American oak barrels. Structured tannins provide an elegant character with a long and expressive finish. Given proper cellaring, this wine will provide drinking through 2041.
Blending and Aging
Our Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is composed of 95.3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3.7% Merlot, 0.4% Petit Verdot, 0.3% Malbec, and 0.3% Cabernet Franc. The wine is then aged for 24 months in 50% new and 50% once-used American oak barrels from our Missouri cooperage, The Oak. Early blending assures a balanced core and allows the components to achieve a seamless harmony during barrel aging. Aft
APPELLATION Alexander Valley
COMPOSITION 95.3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3.7% Merlot, 0.4% Petit Verdot, 0.3% Malbec, 0.3% Cabernet Franc
BOTTLE SIZES 750ml, 1.5L Magnum, 3L Double Magnum, 6L Imperial
The vintage was marked by continued drought conditions in California for the fourth consecutive season and taught us how to maximize what nature provides. First, a cool spell followed an earlier than normal budbreak. Warmer weather is favored for good fruit set, and these imperfect conditions foreshadowed that the harvest was not going to be copious. Vintages like these emphasize the importance of our vineyard team’s efforts for precision viticulture and careful management of irrigation and vineyard activities. Picking in Alexander Valley started early on September 1 after a short heat spell in mid-August and a warm start to September, and harvest turned out to be one of the most compacted in our history. The smaller crop size was a blessing in disguise, as we had ample tank space to macerate our wines for the ideal tannin structure. Furthermore, smaller than average berry size contributed to the deep color and high aromatic concentration. brought flavor density and elegant structure to our Cabernet. We only wish we could have made more.
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