Ideology Cellars

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

California: Napa Valley

Offer Expired:Jan 04, 2013 at 11:59 pm
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What We Say

Where to begin with this extraordinary wine? How about, get yours, now, before we run out!

Today’s 2007 Ideology Cabernet Sauvignon is the ultimate expression of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Bold, juicy, complex and elegant, this wine is a must-drink for the Holiday season - and beyond.

This wonderfully balanced wine was awarded a stellar 95 Point score from Wine & Spirits Magazine. It is also #57 on their list of the Top 100 Wines of The World.

We managed to get our hands on every last bottle that the winery had and, as excellent as it is, this wine will sell out very quickly. Please do not miss out.

Enjoy now, or lay a few bottles down for the next several years.

Pair this food-fantastic wine with a hearty roast, or a grilled Portobello mushroom sandwich with garlic aioli.

What the Winery Says

Lush, deep and dark, with impeccable structure, the Cabernet belongs in any serious collector’s cellar.

Winemaker Notes

Meticulously selected, then hand harvested and sorted, this is the ultimate expression of the terroir here on our estate vineyard. Four days “cold soak” assures maximum color and flavor extraction and fine, elegant tannins. Nineteen months in French oak beautifully frames this remarkably opulent, complex vintage.

2007 Vintage

A textbook growing season of warm days and cool nights – only time will tell if it surpasses the outstanding 1997 vintage.

Tasting Notes

Dense and nearly black at its core, the wine is richly perfumed with ripe black plum, dusty blackberry, espresso and tobacco. Lush, concentrated flavors spill out of the glass: Black cherry, cocoa, turned earth and a judicious touch of tasty oak. Flawlessly balanced with an endless, mocha-fruity finish, this wine is structured to last.



Cases Produced

246 Cases

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