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2020 HALL Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon - Beller Estate Vineyard

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Mount Veeder, located west of Napa and Yountville, boasts one of the longest growing seasons in Napa Valley. This is a rugged mountain terrain that sits well above the fog, and has well drained top soil with minimal water retention. Very tiny berries yield wines of great concentration and depth, with a broad and soft tannin structure.
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Concentrated aromas of ripe, dark plum are underscored by hints of wild sage and subois. Plum notes carry through to the palate, and layer into soft, lush and opulent tannin. The finish boasts delicious, penetrating flavors of earth, black olive, and leather. This vintage of Mount Veeder is drinking beautifully now and will continue to evolve over the next 15-20 years.

  • Dark Plum
  • Wild Sage
  • Earth
  • Black Olive

Created by uplift from seismic activity and movement of tectonic plates some 12 million years ago, Mount Veeder is derived from ancient sea beds. These sedimentary soils are infused with the decayed remnants of the forests native to the area, which leads to a distinctively dark berry and exotic, wild mountain character. Because of the rugged, steep terrain of this mountain appellation, the yields are inherently miniscule, with tiny berries bursting with concentrated and densely tannic structures.

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