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2009 Maroon Reserve Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon • California • Napa Valley • Coombsville • Red Wine

Sale expired on July 30, 2013
A solid home run from Napa's newest appellation

Tastes like: Dried violet, ripe dark plumb, currant, ground coffee
Pairs with: Red meats, barbecues
Good for: Special occasions
Drink this: Now through 2018
Alcohol: 14.2%

Vineyards such as Maroon and wines such as its 2009 Reserve Cabernet helped Coombsville earn appellation status, and the region will certainly enjoy more of the spotlight soon. Until then, grab a couple bottles of Maroon while prices from this up-and-coming hot spot remain reasonable.

—Punky Mahle

Punky Mahle has more than 15 years of experience in the wine and food industries, most recently with luxury resorts. Before joining Lot18 as a Napa/Sonoma Wine Specialist, Punky was a sommelier with The Phoenician in Scottsdale, Ariz., and the wine director for the Ritz Carlton in Phoenix. Punky currently lives, works and plays in Napa Valley. She’s thrilled to share her backyard with Lot18 members and be able to bring the region’s most exciting wines to the community. Learn more about Punky here, or follow her on Twitter: @punkytime

2009 Maroon Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve

Tasting Notes

The wine is highly aromatic, with dried violet, ripe dark plumb, currant, ground coffee, flint, cocoa nibs and dried coconut. Full-bodied and robust, it falls on the drier side on the palate, showing notes of black olive, black tea and delicate mineral notes with sweet and moderate tannins and a healthy dose of acidity that keeps the experience lively. The cellar life of this wine is about 15 years. Purchase several bottles, and experience its evolution over time, paired with quality steak.

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