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89 points Wine Spectator - February 28, 2010
Ripe and lively on a light frame, offering plenty of apricot and pear flavors against a nice line of acidity, which keeps this refreshing through the generous finish.
92 points Wine Enthusiast - December 31, 2009
Firm and juicy, this old vine Cabernet is loaded with black fruits. With just 1% Merlot in the blend, it’s a generous mouthful of almost-pure Cabernet, layered with licorice, mineral, and intense fruit flavors of currant and cherry.
91 points The Wine Advocate - October 31, 2009
The 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon Cold Creek Vineyard was sourced from a site planted in 1973 with the wine aged for 21 months in French oak. Dark ruby-colored, it has an earthy character as well as aromas of spice box, rose petal, cassis, and black cherry. Fleshy, full-bodied, and mouth-filling, it has layered savory fruit, incipient complexity, plenty of fine-grained tannin, and a lengthy, pure finish.
88 points Wine Spectator - October 1, 2009
Firm and chewy, with grippy tannins around a lean, focused core of tarry blackberry and other black fruit flavors. (Web only review)
88 points Wine Enthusiast - December 1, 2008
Pure Cabernet Sauvignon from older vines, the Cold Creek bottling often begins life rather compact, even hard, and will usually benefit from some years of bottle age. This 2005 is a tough, somewhat stemmy wine, with tightly wound black fruits, herbs and leather wrapped into its core. Tannic and unyielding, even after some hours of breathing time, it is a bit too soon to know exactly how good it will ultimately become.