This is a luscious wine with enticing aromas that are immediately evident upon opening the bottle. Crimson in color, the wine spreads across the palate with layers of wild berry, black currant and a hint of toast.
The 2011 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon displays a nice tannin structure and would pair excellently with grilled meats and hard cheeses such as Parmigiano and Romano. This wine is ready to be enjoyed immediately!
Established by Chip Lyeth in 1981, Lyeth was one of the first wineries in California to pursue the unique complexity and composition achieved by the marriage of Cabernet Sauvignon with the other major Bordeaux varieties, now known as the Meritage style. The term "Meritage" (pronouced like "heritage") is a combination of the words "merit" and "heritage".
Lyeth became a founding member of the Meritage Association in 1988, which created the Meritage concept as a... View More