Is 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon still good?

Is 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon still good?

2001, 2002, 2005, 2007 and 2009 are considered the best vintages, producing stunning, complex red wines. But, 2006 should not be overlooked, as it created cabernets that are concentrated and age-worthy.

Who owns Oakville winery?

Mary Miner now owns Oakville Winery in its entirety. She and Dave have agreed to keep the winery small, producing 4,000 to 5,000 cases annually.

Is 2016 a good year for California Cabernet Sauvignon?

2016 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon The wines of 2016 are markedly more savory than those of 2015, due to the cooler season. They are also consistently complex, balanced and delicious. These wines are drinking very well already, but are also extremely suitable for long-term aging.

What wineries are in Oakville?

Wineries in Oakville

  • Cardinale Winery. 7600 St. Helena Hwy. Oakville.
  • Entre Nous Wines. 7688 St. Helena Hwy. Oakville.
  • Far Niente Winery. 1350 Acacia Dr. Oakville. 707-944-2861.
  • Gargiulo Vineyards. 575 Oakville Crossroad. Oakville. 707-944-2770.
  • Nickel & Nickel Vineyards. 8164 St. Helena Hwy.
  • Paradigm Winery. 1277 Dwyer Rd. Oakville.

What Ava is Rutherford?

Napa Valley
The Rutherford AVA is an American Viticultural Area located within Napa Valley AVA and centered on the town of Rutherford, California. The area is known for its unique terroir particularly with its Cabernet Sauvignon.

Is 2018 a good year for California wine?

The 2018 harvest was extremely good for much of California. After the wildfires of 2017, the calm growing season of 2018 was a welcome relief. Spring was cooler than normal, even blowing cold for a couple of weeks in Alexander Valley. Flowering was successful and led to a good fruit set.

Is 2006 a good vintage?

The 2006 vintage was good across the globe but there was only a handful of regions that truly excelled. Despite a balmy spring and baking June and July, much of Europe suffered from a late-summer washout.