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2009 Cameron Hughes Lot 278 Meritage
Red Bordeaux Blend
- > California
- > Napa Valley
- > Spring Mountain District
Community Tasting Notes 14
HOS Likes this wine: (89 points)
January 21, 2014 - Served at a 50th B-day party for my wife to about 30 people. Currant, dark chocolate, smooth, full bodied. Nice wine and perfect for the group.
Heywood_ja Likes this wine: (90 points)
January 8, 2014 - Drinking real well right now.
Decanted through venturi into ships decanter.
Consumed with a hearty turkey chili. Cherry nose and flavors, enough tannins to stand up to the chili. Last glass after dinner without food was also very good. Great everyday wine and great PPV as I bought this during a sale. Wish I had more than the 3 bottles left. (I have consumed a case already)
Fire Bill wrote: (90 points)
December 5, 2013 - This wine is in a great place right now. Great blend
Pvvvv wrote: (87 points)
September 6, 2012 - Starts dry and follows mid palate with dark fruits black berry and cherry. Very nice finish. I drank alone on a sandwich night and it was a perfect companion to a roast chicken sandwich with corn on the cob!
p2002 wrote: (89 points)
July 21, 2012 - I find this to be a 'drink now' wine. Simi opaque garnet in color. Black fruit and tar on the nose, primarily cab on the palate. The most pleasent component of this wine is the soft, silky smooth tannins. Overall a very pleasant wine, great with burgers or rib eye. I paired it with lamb this evening and found it to be overpowering.
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- Vintage 2009
- Type Red
- Producer Cameron Hughes
- Varietal Red Bordeaux Blend
- Designation Lot 278
- Vineyard Meritage
- Country USA
- Region California
- SubRegion Napa Valley
- Appellation Spring Mountain District
- UPC Code 845517002785
- Pending Delivery 0 (0%)
- In Cellars 85 (35%)
- Consumed 157 (65%)