The 2014 Spring Mountain Cab offers up gorgeous, plush texture, with rich notes of blueberry and black raspberry, framed by attractive floral notes. This elegant wine offers finesse, restraint and intensity, all wrapped into one.
The 2014 growing season was even, moderate and extended. Dry conditions from 2012 and 2013 continued with even less rain present in the harvest window. Slow development of sugars, coupled with a naturally low pH (high acid) vineyard site meant that the resulting wine would have tremendous structure. 2014 will prove to be one of the most balanced vintages in decades.
June 23, 2016
18 months in Chateau-style French oak; 80% new & 20% 2nd year. Unfiltered and unfined.