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2011 Pride Mountain Vineyards Cabernet Franc
- Sonoma County
Community Tasting Notes 14
mpsocal Likes this wine: (92 points)
August 22, 2015 - Great wine. Still needs some time to open up but when it does it's really good. Flavors of cherry with a long finish. The nose isn't great at first but it opens quite nice. Still needs time but this could be outstanding 2-5 years
Votefordennis Likes this wine: (93 points)
March 14, 2015 - Very good, lots of sediment - maybe better to drink earlier instead of storing much longer?
Gordonium Likes this wine:
February 21, 2015 - Very enjoyable bottle. Lots of sediment, so careful pouring was necessary. Opened up quickly in the glass, was very expressive on the nose, and juicy on the palate. Tannins have softened so much, they're smooth and delicate now, but don't have much left for aging. If I had any more of these, I'd definitely drink them within the six months to a year.1 person found this helpful Comment
Trolson wrote: (94 points)
September 1, 2014 - Delicious. Yet another wonderful example of Pride 'big, nuanced and smooth' taste.
mnoljo wrote: (90 points)
August 31, 2014 - Notes of mocha soft finish I will be interested to see how this ages.
Pro Reviews 2
By Stephen Tanzer
May/June 2014, IWC Issue #174 (link)
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By Antonio Galloni
2011 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon: Terroir Matters - Updated (Nov 2013) (link)
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- Vintage 2011
- Type Red
- Producer Pride Mountain Vineyards
- Varietal Cabernet Franc
- Designation n/a
- Vineyard n/a
- Country USA
- Region California
- SubRegion Sonoma County
- Appellation Sonoma County
- UPC Codes 767191500114, 767191500121
- Pending Delivery 14 (1%)
- In Cellars 1,109 (77%)
- Consumed 325 (22%)