Mayacamas's Cabernet Sauvignon is an absolutely stunning example of great Californian Cabernet. This is a worthy rival to any claret. All the fruit from Mayacamas estate are certified organic.
Founded way back in 1889 by a pickle magnate called John Henry Fisher, the original property was planted to the vine and a winery was built so that barrels of the estate wine could be produced and sold in San ...Learn more
“Fragrant nose of blackcurrant, raspberry and sweet spices. The palate is rather lean and delicately vegetal and has a good length. Drinking Window 2021 - 2028”
“Blackcurrant syrup, lovely leafy notes, smooth texture with a very savoury bite to finish. The austerity is very French, but the gloss and power is all-American. ”
“Perhaps a tiny bit of oak flavour and picked a little later than the 2014. Healthy crimson. Shaded rim. Sweet, light aroma. Light and fresh on the nose. Nicely subtle and almost Cabernet Franc-like on the palate. Dry finish with just a little bit of heat. Plus a hint of bitterness. Very youthful.”
“Tight, fresh and lively with a hint of generosity. Focused blackcurrant fruit with some cherry and pepper notes. Structured with nice framing. A lovely Napa Cabernet showing restraint and lots of class. ”
“Deep garnet with a shaded rim. This seems a much more complete wine than the earlier Cabernet vintages. Pleasing to drink even at this early stage and without excessive acidity. No more than mid weight and with a slight suggestion of bitterness on the end but a creditable mountain red. Very fresh. The opposite of a fruit bomb!”