Saturday, May 5, 2018

Onehope 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon







Onehope 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon, $8.79-$10.99, 85 points, poured a deep purple/red grading brighter toward the broad clear rim and lightly draped bowl.
Profuse aromas of toasted violets, blueberry, mulberry, and black currant were just okay for me.
Full-bodied with fair-plus acidity and a comfortably dense blanket of tannin broke loose with chocolate, violets, toast, and blackberry flavors.
Finished long, a bit cloying, on the trailing palate, lively pepper spice, and crowned with an accommodating 13.5% alcohol.
I bought this wine at the Whole Foods of Bedford.

Not the best pairing with my meatball sub.




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2 comments:

  1. I assume this producer buys bulk wine, blends it and sells it. There are lots of ways of being in the wine industry.

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