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B. R. Cohn 'Olive Hill Estate' Cabernet Sauvignon 2005
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B. R. Cohn 'Olive Hill Estate' Cabernet Sauvignon 2005

 
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"The warm 2005 growing season, along with a light crop and small concentrated
berries at B.R. Cohn Olive Hill Vineyard,
yielded us one of our best Cabernets to date. This wine has much of the ripeness of 2004 with very pronounced aromas and flavors of plum, black currant, and cherry. As always, this exceptional vintage was fermented in small lots to ensure the charracter of each part of the Olive Hill Vineyard. This vintage was aged for ... read more
Item ID: #4195
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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"The warm 2005 growing season, along with a light crop and small concentrated
berries at B.R. Cohn Olive Hill Vineyard,
yielded us one of our best Cabernets to date. This wine has much of the ripeness of 2004 with very pronounced aromas and flavors of plum, black currant, and cherry. As always, this exceptional vintage was fermented in small lots to ensure the charracter of each part of the Olive Hill Vineyard. This vintage was aged for 24 months in only the finest tight grain French
oak. A bouquet of fine oak, anise and mint combine with supple tannin and long finish produce a well-balanced Cabernet that will age gracefully for years to come and drink well at your table now." ~Winery Notes

B.R. Cohn Winery

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Winery founder Bruce Cohn was introduced to the music industry at an early age. Prior to moving west from Chicago, Illinois, his father sang Italian Arias and his mother was known to have sung with Frank Sinatra in the Chicago nightclub scene. The family also had a strong business acumen owning and running a successful retail shoe business, named Four Cohns. In 1956, the family relocated to the Bay Area and settled in Sonoma County. Bruce later attended the University of San Mateo. While at school, studying broadcasting and communications, he became intimately involved with the San Francisco music scene, running a music rehearsal studio by day and serving as a television engineer at night. It was a heyday for great music and Bruce was often found alongside younger brother Martin Cohn at the many up and coming San Francisco nightclubs and bars which today are known to have spurred the careers of many rock and roll legends. It was around this time, in 1970, that Bruce met and became the manager of the Doobie Brothers. He helped them climb the charts, catapulting them into Rock and Roll stardom and is still their manager today.

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