As much as customer’s raved about last year’s Double Canyon, the 2016 blows it away. The 2016 Horse Hills comes roaring right out of the gates with beautiful, clean red fruits. On the attack, the wine offers intricately woven youthful tannins that give the wine a delicious and slightly chewy taste.
The experts agree – giving the 2016 dual 92 point scores. Talk about an upgrade. A Best Buy designate from Wine & Spirits Magazine and a matching score courtesy of Decanter who called out the wine’s “wonderful, bright cassis fruit” and “velvety, soft tannins”.
This one drinks nearly as well as its $65 older brother, but since we locked in a full year ago – you can have it for a much more gulpable price.
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92 Points (Best Buy), Wine & Spirits
A wine that leads with attractive savor—scents of cedar, nightshade, and prairie sage—this has a sleek, dark core of fruit. It’s a stylish cabernet, tasting like crushed blueberries dusted with thyme. Silky tannins guide the finish toward herb-roasted game, like the antelope from Angler in LA.
92 Points, Decanter Magazine
Intensely colored with wonderful bright cassis fruit and a hint of spice from the Syrah. Velvety, soft tannins.
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