W3 - William White Wines

2006 Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon

California: Napa Valley

Offer Expired:Apr 25, 2013 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Sorry, Caymus...

Today’s wine is made from a W3 vineyard that was formerly - and exclusively - tended and harvested for world famous Caymus Vineyards. Caymus wines are known for consistently garnering stratospheric scores in the mid to upper 90s.

For today’s wine, 4 tons of this world-famous fruit is combined with fruit from the top of the revered Diamond Mountain AVA. Which such remarkable pedigree, it is easy to see why this richly styled Cabernet landed on Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Cabs of Napa Valley ”Best of the Best” list.

The combination of soft, supple valley floor fruit with structured, firm fruit from the volcanic soils atop Diamond Mountain is sublime. This wine is delicious and harmonious on the nose and on the palate.

Don’t cry too many tears for Caymus.. but do remember to stock up. Once this wine is gone, it’ll be gone forever.

Tasting Profile


Dark plum at the center of the wine, with a garnet-ruby edge. One swirl shows off full, wine-stained legs that slowly descend down the glass wall.


Huckleberry with notes of cocoa, coffee and cassis are the first aromas that emanate from the glass. As the wine opens up, intriguing undertones of vanilla, loamy earth and subtle mint emerge.


Flavors of black cherry, vanilla and red currant combine with subtle touches of resin, dried rose petals, mocha, blackberry and braised plum.


A very elegant and very long finish, extending the pleasure of this wine. Ultimately, the palate is left with a soft, fruit-driven dryness that fills the palate.


This elegant wine would go with almost any red meat dish, but particularly well with a thick New York steak with a butter peppercorn sauce. Yuuuuuum!

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About the Winery

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