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Wine of the Week: Fin California Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 June 14, 2010

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The philosophy behind this wine is to offer an affordable Cabernet Sauvignon that is fresh, lively, and complex while utilizing and promoting the environmentally sustainable practices of the community in which they are grown. The two independent winemakers who have partnered in this project realize the importance of preserving and replenishing the soil on which their vines grow as well as maintaining a clear focus on recycling and reducing emissions to keep the air in their communities as clean as possible for years to come. They want to see their wines reflect strong fruit and vines, a strength that comes from exposure to the cleanest air and aquifers possible. This in turn will help guarantee that this Cabernet Sauvignon will continue to be the pure example of fresh, vibrant, California fruit that it is today.

grapes website I.jpgThe fruit for this expressive vintage of Cabernet Sauvignon is sourced from the Lodi area of California. Lodi is characterized by its warm dry summer days, cool breezy nights, and sandy soils. These conditions optimize the fruit characteristics without compromising the sturdy backbone of tannins and fresh acidity. The Fin Cabernet Sauvignon 2007 is loaded with inviting flavors of creamy and concentrated black cherries, fresh red currants and gobs of ripe raspberries framed by an undertone of vanilla-laced toasted oak. This is an incredible value!

Special Offering:Fin California Cabernet Sauvignon 2007
Available at Almost All Centennial Store Locations
Sale Price $13.99.  Retail $14.99. Save $1.00


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