Sebastiani Cherryblock Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 750ml - Station Plaza Wine
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Sebastiani Cherryblock Cabernet Sauvignon 2015 750ml
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Sebastiani Cherryblock Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

  • spw97
  • wa96+
  • ws92

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Category Red Wine
Varietals
Region California, Sonoma County, Sonoma Valley
Brand Sebastiani
Alcohol/vol 15%
Complex, velvety and bold, the 2015 Cherryblock delivers a great deal of intricacy and sophistication. The wine fills the glass with dark red and purple highlights, followed by intense aromas of cassis, tobacco and black fruit. Waves of rich black fruit wash over the palate, where layers of cedar and tobacco converge. The tannins from this vintage were more intense than usual, leading us to blend in a little more Merlot than is typical. The finish is framed by full soft tannins and lingering notes of herbs and spice. This wine is drinking well in its youth, but will improve over the next 10+ years.
Station Plaza Wine
  • spw97

Cherry block - Sebastiani Sonoma Cab 2015 "A Sonoma tradition since 1904 Notes of lavender, eucalyptus and rose pedals. After an hour some cigar tabaco start showing up. Easy (97 SPW)

Sam Rivera, April 14, 2019
Wine Advocate
  • wa96+

The deep garnet-purple colored 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Cherryblock offers wonderfully complex scents of crème de cassis, wild blueberries, plum preserves and incense with nuances of lilacs, cigar box, beef drippings, wood smoke and tilled soil. Full-bodied and jam-packed with tightly wound black berry preserves, spice and savory layers, it has a rock-solid frame of grainy tannins and seamless freshness, finishing long and perfumed.

Lisa Perrotti-Brown, June 29, 2018
Wine Spectator
  • ws92

Rich and fleshy, with a deep core of plump dark berry, currant and plum notes, ending with firm, ripe tannins and good length, as the flavors keep reverberating. Best from 2020 through 2032.

James Laube, October 31, 2018