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2013 HALL Ellie's Cabernet Sauvignon

$81.00 Member price*
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Limit 6 bottles
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Critic Review
Wine Enthusiast, Virginie Boone
"This wine opens with big, full-bodied and extracted flavors, highlighted by black cherry, smoked meat and clove. Blended with 4% Merlot, it exudes textural complexity and velvety lushness, with length and breadth to spare. Within its fountain of power exists a strong sense of grace, accented by aromas of wild violet and forested earth."

Ellie’s is dense garnet in color, with lifted aromas of cassis, fresh blackberry, violets, earth, black olive, black pepper, and high tone barrel spices of cinnamon, clove and caramel. The seamless palate is fresh, elegant, lengthy, earthy and chocolatey. The wine finishes full of energy with a balanced wash of acidity.

  • Cassis
  • Blackberry
  • Black Pepper
  • Clove
More Information
Bottle Size750mL
Varietal Composition96% Cabernet Sauvignon, 4% Merlot
Barrel Aging22 Months in 60% New French Oak
AppellationNapa Valley
Vintage NotesAn unseasonably warm spring brought early bloom and bud break. Temperatures cooled in May causing grape shatter, which resulted in uneven fruit set and reduced an already low crop yield. In reaction, vineyard crews worked even more diligently during verasion thinning to maintain even ripening of the clusters. As a result of the growing conditions, attention to detail in the vineyards, plus a final pass through optical sorting equipment at the winery makes the quality of the vintage extremely high.
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