Frank Family Patriarch Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 - Station Plaza Wine
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Frank Family Patriarch Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
SKU: 08664

Frank Family Patriarch Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

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Category Red Wine
Region California, Napa Valley
Brand Frank Family
Alcohol/vol 14.5%
This bold Cabernet has an intense deep purple coloring, leading with powerful notes of blackberries, vanilla, and nutmeg. Plush and full-bodied on the palate with seamless and well-integrated tannins, this wine has generous flavors of dark chocolate, blackberries, crème de cassis, and extraordinary length.
Wine Advocate
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The 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Patriarch (100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Rutherford) is named to honor the 99th year of the Frank legacy. (The patriotic history of the Franks, authored by Rich Franks, is well worth reading on the back label.) The fruit for this wine is culled out from the Winston Hill Vineyard. Somewhat similar in style to the Winston Hill Cabernet, this wine is flawless, seamless, voluptuous, and a total intellectual and hedonistic turn-on. Dense ruby/purple, with glorious levels of black currant and blackberry fruit as well as some cherries thrown in for extra dimension, it is full-bodied, silky smooth, and a terrific example of California world-class winemaking. It is approachable and delicious already, but it will be better in 5-6 years and no doubt last for 25-30. A worthy bottle from a patriotic family, for sure!

Robert Parker, December 30, 2016
Wine Spectator
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Charry, cedary oak is evident from the start, yet the intense dark and red berry fruit folds in nicely, tightening the focus and unveiling layers of depth and flavor. Drink now through 2030. 500 cases made.

James Laube, September 30, 2017
Wine Enthusiast
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This 100% varietal wine from the producer's prized estate vineyard is soft textured and full bodied-an exploration of leather, blackberry pie, coffee and cigar. With its long, black pepper-inflected finish, it's ready for steak.

Virginie Boone, December 1, 2017