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Cabernet Sauvignon Wines

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Slap me silly with cocoa goodness (10)
2014 Bodegas Carchelo - Carchelo 2014

A sexy blend, but not earth-shattering (9)
2013 Melo Meli - Cabernet Sauvignon

Never try to do an Amarone if it's not Amarone (7)
2011 Bodega Y Vinedos Renaces - Enamore

Thanks for shining me a truth (10)
2012 Oak Ridge Winery - Cabernet Sauvignon

Heady and luxurious (9)
2011 Olema - Cabernet Sauvignon

Toffee and coffee (9)
2012 Chateau Ste. Michelle - Indian Wells Cabernet Sauvignon

Surprisingly juicy (9)
2012 Sterling - Cabernet Sauvignon

Something new (9)
2009 Mascota Vineyards - Unanime Gran Vino Tinto

Very dry with a hint of cinnamon and cocoa (9)
2013 Carson Ridge - Cabernet Sauvignon

They just keep winning (10)
2012 Joel Gott - 815 Cabernet Sauvignon

Tannic and hot but okay (8)
2011 Bulgariana - Cabernet Sauvignon

Inexpensive and with a little leather and tobacco on the back end (8)
2011 Dominican Oaks - Cabernet Sauvignon

Not bad with some steak (8)
2012 Carnivor Wines - Cabernet Sauvignon

I thought it was a Kunde (10)
2009 Kinneybrook - Cabernet Sauvignon : Sustainably Farmed

A phenomenal sleeper (10)
2012 Cruz Altra - Cabernet Sauvignon : Reserve

Coulda woulda shoulda but didn't (8)
2011 Newton Vineyard - Claret

Competent but needs to age some more (8)
2012 Trentadue Winery - La Storia

Clunky but interesting (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Gabriel Archer : Reserve

The syrah threw this off (8)
2008 Cuvelier Los Andes - Collecion

Bordeaux style minus one (10)
2009 Estampa - Gold

A hint of spice and cocoa (8)
2011 Tormaresca - Neprica

Deep dark currants and some vanilla (8)
2009 Williamsburg Winery - Arundell Cabernet Sauvignon

A nice inexpensive Bordeaux-style blend (8)
2011 Sterling - Meritage

Not bad, but not moving me off my seat (9)
2007 Girard Winery - Artistry


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