Atlas Peak Wines

2008 Atlas Peak Cabernet Franc

Cabernet Franc

California: Napa Valley: Atlas Peak

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Mission Briefing


The Bold and the Brooding

Today’s Atlas Peak Wines 2008 Atlas Peak Cabernet Franc marks a welcome return to Atlas Peak, who has long been known for their excellent high-elevation Cabernet Sauvignons. We are more than happy to report that their Cab Franc is equally delicious!

Super concentrated, this wine benefits greatly from decanting. After the wine is given a chance to breathe, the flavors almost jump out of the glass. A delightful balance of lush fruit, sweet earth, and subtle spice, today’s wine is a Cab Franc lover’s dream. Our tasting panel couldn’t stop raving about this wine, and were incredibly excited to try it alongside a perfectly grilled steak.

Our fearless leader Agent Red is a huge Cab Franc fan, and he gave today’s wine a resounding two-thumbs up. Be sure to stock up on this gem!

Tasting Profile


Midnight scarlet at the center of the glass, with just a hint of a lighter ruby at the fringe.


An aromatic blend of fruit and earth, with fresh red fruit notes of raspberry and dark cherry balanced against sweet tobacco leaf, coffee bean, fresh forest floor, rosemary, and thyme.


Bold and concentrated on the palate, with raspberry, blackberry, and sweet plum laid overtop saddle leather, soft caramel, espresso bean, fresh berry bramble, and toasted oaky spice.


Best decanted, this wine has a lovely touch of velvety tannin in the front of the mouth, quickly trailed by layers of lush and complex flavors.


A well-aged New York Strip, grilled simply, served alongside roasted red potatoes.

What the Winery Says

Atlas Peak, Napa Valley, California
Fruit Variety
93% Cabernet Franc, 5% Petit Verdot, 2% Cabernet Sauvignon
Case Production
36 Cases

About the Winery

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