The Fiftyrow Napa Cabernet 2007 showed dominant dark berries, plum and fruitcake, beautifully rounded-out by tea leaf, bitter-sweet chocolate, tobacco, and an interesting toasted-coconut character (probably from the 24 months in French oak). The best Napa Cab I’ve tasted for some time. Good-to-go now, or certainly has potential for cellaring. 440 case limited-production.
Well, I actually chose to pair the wine with Marinated Steak with Gorgonzola, Bacon and Shallot Butter in one of my most recent food pairing’s and it was phenomenal, so I’m going to strongly suggest you do the same!
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