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Noble Wines 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon

Noble Wines

2005 Cabernet Sauvignon
Bottle Size: 750ml, 12/cs
Region: Napa Valley, CA


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Tasting Notes:

To taste this wine, and the whole Noble Wines' line up, alongside Noble Wines' vintner at Napa Valley's famous Meadowood Restaurant is a priceless opportunity. 

Dark reddish purple to almost black in the glass, the edges are still vibrantly red and concentrated for a 2005. On the nose, aromas of blackberry, plum, black licorice,and coffee. The palate is so intense and sharp it defies its age. Complex and robust are the flavors of black fruit, leather, lavender, sage and spice. The structure and tannin are in nice balance leaving you with a long satisfying finish.

On the back of every Noble Wine's bottle: "Trying to live up to our name with every vintage. Enjoy"

George and Patricia Noble
  • Grapes
    95% Cabernet Sauvignon; 5% Petite Sirah
  • Region
    48% Pritchard Hill, Napa
    47% Atlas Peak AVA, Napa
  • Production
    328 cases
  • Alcohol
  • Ageability
    Drink now through at least 2024

David Lattin

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Aged 29 months in 80% French oak barrels (50% new)


Gold medal in the 2013 US National Wine Competition

Food Pairing Suggestions:
Wine made from mountain fruit, particularly from these locations, is so fun to pair with food. The boldness and tannins along with the acidity create a canvas with which to work. Pair with beef, pasta with meat sauce, lamb, hamburgers and mushroom dishes. Serve also with hard aged cheeses like aged Gouda and Parmesan. Rich chocolate desserts create a decadent pairing.
About the Winery
Noble Wines Hold and age! That method is rare, but successful for George and Patricia Noble of Noble Wines in Napa Valley. Both admirers of the sophistication a well aged wine reveals, they made the decision from the start to hold back releasing wines until they are ready to drink. Learn more