Seven Falls Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
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"The Seven Falls Cabernet opens with darker notes of coffee and cocoa, then transcends into black fruits including cherry and plum, with hints of mint, herb and spice. Powerful and bold, it is full and vibrant, with an elegant finish filled with notes of nut and spice." ~Winery Notes
Item ID: #24741
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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"The Seven Falls Cabernet opens with darker notes of coffee and cocoa, then transcends into black fruits including cherry and plum, with hints of mint, herb and spice. Powerful and bold, it is full and vibrant, with an elegant finish filled with notes of nut and spice." ~Winery Notes

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Seven Falls Cellars was inspired by a series of seven waterfalls that once flowed along the Columbia River through what is now known as the Wahluke Slope. With one of the warmest and driest climates in Washington state, and sandy loam soil in the vineyards, the terroir in this historical region is perfect for creating big, bold wines with outstanding structure.

Many winemakers consider the Wahluke Slope to be the backbone of the Washington wine industry. The Wahluke Slope AVA is one of the state's driest and warmest grape-growing regions, allowing nearly complete control of vine vigor and ripening through irrigation. The Wahluke Slope sees very little rainfall and is one of the earliest regions for harvest, typically starting in early September. The soils here are uniform over large areas, well drained and course in texture, and made up of gravelly and rocky silt and sand. With such a warm climate and unique soil composition, the Wahluke Slope is known for wines with big flavor and lots of structure.

Seasoned winemaker Doug Gore has created three beautiful, food-friendly wines for Seven Falls Cellars--a rich and elegant Cabernet Sauvignon, a silky Merlot, and a smooth, creamy Chardonnay--all from the Wahluke Slope AVA.

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Reviews (14)

Erin

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Louis

private review

Paulette

My current favorite, dry and complex .

"I love this wine, but can’t get it locally . I’m so happy I found you!"

John

A GREAT CAB

"This is a fabulous Cab. Fully structured, complex but soft and smooth. The usual Cab nose and tastes like and expensive Caymus or others from Napa but coming from Washington. The extended barrel aging really comes through. If you like a complex and full flavor Cab you must try this one. I'm on my sixth case and will always keep it in stock."

Bruce

Really nice Cab for the price

"Very good Cab for the price. I agree with the other reviewer that said it should cost much more. Definite re-purchase and awesome QPR."

Jn

Awesome!

Russell

just really, really good....delicious

Steve Elsman

Outstanding value

"something of this quality should cost 2 or 3x the pricedeep black fruit and earthy undertones with long aftertaste and are plain delicious"

John

Rich, full bodied cab

"I was introduced to this wine at our local Performing Arts Center and loved it. I could not find it offered locally so I made my first buy from Empire. This was a great move on my part. Pleased with the wine and the service."

Dennis

Top 5 Cabs under $20

"Love it"

Shelley

private review

Mark

It's pretty good.

"From what I can remember it was a tasty wine for the price."

Timothy

Needs time

"We have been drinking the Seven Falls Cabs since the 2010 vintage. The 2014 is still a little tight and needs some more time before it opens up. We opened a bottle and drank some 3 days later and it had opened up some more and was not so tannic."

Paul

So-so at best.

"Nothing special cab. There are so many better ones; stick with one s from CA or France"

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