1984 Vintage
 Tasting Notes

The absence of late winter rains produced warm soils and an early budbreak. Although Oakville saw cool mornings as well as warm afternoons, the growing season was the shortest on record. Ideal temperatures at harvest yielded clean, well-balanced fruit and concentrated wines with good aging potential.

Varietals:
Cabernet Sauvignon 97% and Cabernet Franc 3%

Skin Contact:
17 Days

Barrel Aging:
19 Months
 in New French Oak

Our Aging Guideline Chart suggests: no further aging needed for this wine.

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