1994 Vintage 
Tasting Notes

The longest, coolest growing season recorded in a decade, 1994 started with a sunny and dry March and an early bud break. Summer was cooler than average, extending the growing season and the “hang time” of the grapes. The wines are long-lived and profound.

Varietals:
Cabernet Sauvignon 93%, Cabernet Franc 4%,
 Merlot 2% and Malbec 1%

Skin Contact:
43 Days

Barrel Aging:
18 Months in New French Oak

Our Aging Guideline Chart suggests: this wine is ready to drink, based on your preference.

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