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2014 Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon
88 pts. ~ Robert Parker

2014 Black Label Cabernet Sauvignon Image

Beautifully integrated tannin mingle with classic dark berry fruit.

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Wine Specs
Cabernet Sauvignon
Stags Leap District
Vineyard Designation
Stags Leap
Harvest Date
September 20-26, 2014
25.4° Brix at harvest
5.9 g/L
22 months in 100% French oak barrels (60% new)
14 days
Bottling Date
June 28, 2016
Residual Sugar
.60 g/L
Full bodied
Alcohol %

The 2014 Black Label has deep, black, jammy dark fruit aromas and flavors. It is rich on the palate, with gorgeous supple tannins that are seductive and balanced. This wine draws you in and keeps your attention with layers of cocoa powder, new French oak and a long, juicy finish of perfectly ripe, dark berries. This is a wine that works with you!


Wine Profile
Vineyard Notes
Purchased in 1998, the Family Ranch is located in the Stags Leap District AVA of the Napa Valley. The climate is known for a longer growing season of warm days and cool nights—perfect for late-maturing varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon with a signature style from this region known for its distinctive combination of power and elegance. We have 17.58 acres planted to Cabernet Sauvignon and a small amount of Cabernet Franc. Our production facility, barrel cave and visitor center are also located here.
Production Notes
All of our fruit passes through a small de-stemmer and is never crushed. We then bleed about 10% of the juice to allow for an increased ratio of skin to juice which adds structure, mouthfeel and color to the final wine. After 3 days of cold soak, the juice is inoculated and ferments for approximately 14 days. The wine is then pressed into tank and allowed to settle for 24 hours. The wine is then racked clean into 100% French oak barrels where it passes through malolactic fermentation and then ages for 20 months prior to bottling.
1,731 cases (12 x 750ml)
Other Notes
Harvest Notes: Our harvest was unusually early this year as we were in the third consecutive year of drought. We had decent rain in late February and early March which helped to relieved most of the water deficit and gave the vines a vigorous Spring start. "Early" was the key word all season, from bud break to veraison to harvest. Thankfully, the hotter months proved milder than we expected and we believe 2014 to be one of our most balanced vintages.
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