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B.R. Cohn Trestle Glen Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

B.R. Cohn Trestle Glen Estate Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2011

750ML     
Sku: P57197

The Trestle Glen Vineyard Cabernet is part of the B.R. Cohn Olive Hill Estate and is grown using sustainable farming practices. This Cabernet Sauvignon has deep aromas of plum and black cherry. Aromas of spice, anise, white pepper and cedar cigarbox combine with ripe luscious flavors to create a full bodied Cabernet with a lasting finish. This wine was fermented in small lots and aged in the finest tight-grain French oak barrels. Enjoy this wien paired with roast lamb or lively Italian pasta dishes. 300 cases produced.

Wine maker notes
The Trestle Glen Vineyard Cabernet is part of the B.R. Cohn Olive Hill Estate and is grown using sustainable farming practices. This Cabernet Sauvignon has deep aromas of plum and black cherry. Aromas of spice, anise, white pepper and cedar cigarbox combine with ripe luscious flavors to create a full bodied Cabernet with a lasting finish. This wine was fermented in small lots and aged in the finest tight-grain French oak barrels. Enjoy this wien paired with roast lamb or lively Italian pasta dishes. 300 cases produced.

Technical notes
Viticultural Area: Sonoma Valley
Vineyard: Trestle Glen Estate
Blend: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Alcohol: 13.8%
Aged: French oak barrels
Cases Produced: 300

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Passover and spring go hand in hand. In Jewish tradition one of the names given to Passover is Chag Ha’Aviv, the spring festival. In fact, the concept of “spring cleaning” originates from the Jewish custom of clearing one's house of chametz, leavened bread, and anything else that isn’t Kosher for Passover. Given that we are now in the first days of spring, all of us here at 67 Wine are looking forward to offering the most diverse selection of Kosher wines possible for the Passover holiday and beyond.
~ Seth Weiser, 67Wine Buyer

Food pairing
For a wine that is relatively young, the nose is more than generous. There is ample dark fruit literally popping out of the glass, with whiffs of warm spice and cedar that keep me coming back just to take in the aromas themselves. But as pretty as the nose is, the wine really shines once tasted. The texture is fleshy and supple, with flavors of blackberry, plum and cocoa coming to the fore, followed by a lingering trail of nutmeg and tobacco on the long finish. And although it is opulent and assertive, there is a sense of togetherness and proportion here. It is more than able to be enjoyed on its own, but this wine will be even more pleasurable with a rich, gamey dish like duck with cherry sauce or Mediterranean-style rack of lamb. In the end, the B.R. Cohn Trestle Glen Cabernet will be as much a source of comfort as of springtime excitement and inspiration.
~ Seth Weiser, 67Wine Buyer

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