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201793 PointsJames Suckling,
Violets, blueberries and fresh leaves abound on the nose of this multidimensional blend of 79% cabernet sauvignon, 12% merlot, 6% malbec, 2% cabernet franc and 1% petit verdot, sourced from 66% Napa Valley and 34% Sonoma County grapes. The palate has a very rich, soft and ripe core of chocolate-laced blackberries and blood plums. Full-bodied, but soft. Drink or hold.
200891 PointsSteven Tanzer's
International Wine Cellar
Glass-staining ruby. Pungent red and dark berries on the nose, with complicating notes of licorice, espresso and dried rose; picks up a touch of tobacco with aeration, along with a hint of vanilla. Rich and expansive, offering lush dark fruit and vanilla flavors and showing no rough edges. Surprisingly approachable now, finishing with very good thrust and persistent sweetness.
200791 PointsRobert Parker's Wine Advocate
A blend of 60% Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa and 40% from Sonoma, the 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Unity is an elegant, Bordeaux-styled offering displaying admirable blueberry and black currant fruit intermixed with an underlying floral component. With medium to full body, outstanding purity, and sweet tannin, it should drink well for 12-15 years.
200590 PointsSteven Tanzer's
International Wine Cellar
A Bordeaux blend from estate and purchased fruit. Dark red. Currant, plum, chocolate and leather on the nose. Supple, sweet and accessible, in a distinctly pliant style. The plum, game and earth flavors are a bit sauvage but nicely ripe and fleshy. Finishes with broad, sweet tannins and a light herbal quality.
200590+ PointsRobert Parker's Wine Advocate
"A limited production cuvee, the 2005 Cabernet Sauvignon Unity possesses chocolate, blackberry, cassis, charcoal, new wood, and spice characteristics. Medium to full-bodied, young and unevolved, it is purely made with good acidity as well as ripe tannin. It will benefit from 2-3 years of cellaring, and should keep for 10-20 years."