Region: Napa Valley, CA
With a 6-bottle purchase of Noble Wines 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon you'll receive ONE COMPLIMENTARY lunch with the vintner at Brasswood Estate ($95 value). During this fine wine tasting visit, you'll be treated to an interactive food & wine experience in one of Napa Valley's finest culinary destinations. George Noble will guide you through a vertical tasting of his award winning portfolio featuring wines hand-selected from some of Napa's most acclaimed vineyard lots.
With a case (12 bottle) purchase, choose from:1) TWO COMPLIMENTARY lunches featuring the above offer ($190 value), or
2) A Magnum of 2007 Noble Wines Cabernet Sauvignon. This Library vintage is already sold out in the 750ml bottles ($190 value)!
With grapes from Prichard Hill and other notable vineyard locations, the pedigree of this wine sets the tone for what the glass will reveal. And for those who have tasted a Noble Wines Cabernet Sauvignon, they are hooked. Always aged to perfection before George Noble releases to the public, this is the most requested wine on Cellar Angels with customers clambering for the next vintage each year. Internally, we battle over who gets to write the tasting notes. It’s my pleasure to share my thoughts on this 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon.
A deep ruby colored wine, opaque at the center and concentrated all the way to the edge. The aromatics reveal intense dark red fruits, baking spices, and dried herbs. The flavors uncover blackberry, plum and cranberry at first, making way for vanilla spice and cocoa, followed by cigar box and hints of eucalyptus. It is balanced and well-integrated with a long, lingering enjoyable finish.
RegionPremium vineyard plots in Napa Valley's top AVAs
AgeabilityAll Noble Wines are aged to ensure they are ready to drink. Enjoy now or continue to age gracefully over the next 10-15 years with proper cellaring.
- 30 months in oak - 50 new/50 used
- Noble consistently holds all wines in the cellar for a minimum of 6 years
- Cabernets are smooth, perfectly food-friendly and on par with European first growth estates