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Wine of the Week: O.T.P Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 February 22, 2010

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If Zinfandel is traditionally considered the “workhorse” grape varietal of the California wine industry, then Cabernet Sauvignon (pronounced as Cab-air-nay So-vin-yawn) can be considered the “racehorse” grape varietal of the California wine industry.  Cabernet Sauvignon is consistently the world’s most popular red grape varietal and tends to offers explosive power and showmanship; however it can also sometimes be a little “edgy” in its youth. Cabernet Sauvignon classically found its place in Bordeaux, especially within the regions of Medoc and Graves, where it produces such world renowned wines as Chateau Margaux and Chateau Latour.  Generally, Cabernet Sauvignon can have a flavor profile of black currants, cassis, black cherry, black olives and plum.

4895333_thl.jpgSpecifically, the O.T.P Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006 spent almost two years aging in small French Oak barrels (no edges on this Cabernet) and hails from the renowned Napa Valley sub-appellations of Oakville and Rutherford.  This is a Cabernet lover’s dream with rich and intense flavors of ripe black plum, concentrated blackberries, lush black currants and mouth-coating cassis with an impeccable balance of acidity.  Only 470 cases of this wine was produced – Don’t miss out on this one!

Special Offering: O.T.P Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2006
Available at Almost All Centennial Store Locations
Sale Price $24.99.  Retail $29.99. Save $5.00


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