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2018 Field Notes Organic Cabernet Sauvignon

California
Non-Member $15.00
Club $12.00
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Great wine begins in the vineyard. Field Notes celebrates the efforts of our hard-working growers who labor to produce the highest quality grapes possible.   Starting with 100% certified organic grapes, these growers have created an elegant, stylish wine that is round and luscious. The palate is velvety and smooth with dark fruit, chewy tannins and a rich vanilla finish.  Enjoy wine the way it was meant to be.

Smells Like

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    Berry

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    Dark Fruit

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    Vanilla

Tastes Like

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    Dark Fruit

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    Spice

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    Vanilla

Kurt Lorenzi

Kurt Lorenzi

Vice-President, Winemaking & Sourcing, Vineyard Veteran

Kurt oversees the WX global winemaking team. No small task, but with 30-plus years in the industry, it is something he does with ease and grace. Over his career, he has accumulated countless awards, not only as a winemaker, but also as a distiller and brewer. As the Winemaker at Estrella River Winery, he helped pioneer Paso Robles’ rise as a prominent wine region, then joined the founding team at Jepson Winery & Distillery, where he spent 15 years as a winemaker and master distiller.  He has been with WX since 2000, where he continues to explore wine regions around the world and rack up accolades. His secret: finding small lots of wine with amazing pedigree and expressive varietal character. When he’s not in the cellar, you can find Kurt cycling, sailing or skiing. He resides in Mill Valley, California with his wife and dog.

California - United States

California - United States

It is no surprise that California is the fourth largest wine region in the world. It is simply a grape paradise, and the wines it produces are big, complex and full of ripe flavors. With a sunny coastline that hugs chilly Pacific waters, California has the ideal climate for creating fruit-forward wines. During the summer, the days are long and warm and the grapes accumulate plump, juicy flavors. At night, cool breezes creep in from the nearby ocean and waterways, slowing down the accumulation of sugar and allowing bright, balancing acids to develop. The grapes ripen slowly, often lingering on the vine into late fall, which produces complex and well-balanced flavors.

Style
Medium Bodied Red
Pairing
Pasta with red sauce, Flank Steak, Chicken parmigiana
Grapes
76% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Various Red Grapes
Volume
750 ml
Alcohol by Volume
13%