Red

2012 Caymus Cabernet Sauvignon 40th Anniversary

Cabernet Sauvignon

  • USA
  • California
  • Napa Valley

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Community Tasting Note

  • 458jeff Likes this wine: 96 points

    March 15, 2015 - What a change. I first tried this wine and thought it was a 90. At times I didn't really like it as it seemed too sweet, somewhat syrupy, and synthetic. Not thrilled. So after months of avoiding it I tried it again. Suddenly, it's not the same wine. It has more depth, complexity, balance and the over-powering sweetness is gone. I did not trust myself as the transformation seemed too great. Well, I had a second bottle a week later and felt the same way. I strongly recommend retasting this wine as I believe you will likely be astonished. I just ordered two additional cases. This wine is now a screaming bargain. Will it get even better?

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5 Comments

  • Zbear commented:

    3/17/15, 3:29 PM - So you joined just to post this note. Bogus.

  • 458jeff commented:

    3/17/15, 3:42 PM - I joined. This was my first post. Is everybody's first post bogus? Not a very nice welcome.

  • LMWS Jimmy and Rocio commented:

    3/17/15, 8:11 PM - I agree with 458jeff. I thought it was a bit sweet and overripe the first time I tried it when it was first released I have several bottles left that I haven't touched for a while. I'm curious to see if I get the same improvement as 468jeff

  • Rktekt3 commented:

    3/20/15, 7:24 PM - I have opened five or six of these and can tell you that they were all a mess. Having given it ratings from 86-89, i feel sometimes i may have not rated them correctly.

  • 458jeff commented:

    3/20/15, 9:00 PM - Well... I opened a third bottle and it was not as good as the prior two. A day later it tasted better but still not quite as good as my prior two bottles. I presume this wine is just starting to turn in a good way. I will continue to try it every couple of months. I m hopeful based on the two great bottles I enjoyed.

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