• Julie

    This wine sounds wonderful. The winery sounds like a great place to visit too. I will be checking this one out. Cabernets are some of my favorite reds. 🙂

    • It really is that good. I plan on making it part of my permanent “go to” list when I’m looking for something special. 🙂

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    I know I would LOVE this wine, Susan! It’s got chocolate notes, and we know how I love all things chocolate! I’m going to make a note of the name and see if one of our private wine stores carries this one.

    I absolutely MUST plan a trip to the Sonoma Valley this coming year. It sounds like there is much to see and taste!

    • This is a wine you will love. It was as good as promised. Oh, and we did have some chocolate with it after dinner and it was divine.

      Yes you must. It would be a blast to show you some cool places, and wineries of course. 🙂

  • Since I don’t / can’t drink I would go for the lasagna. LOL

    • See, I think of you and I am starting to put some of my favorite food recommendations in the post here and there… :-)))

  • I’ve always been a fan of reds, but I find myself drawn more and more to cabernet these days. I will definitely be on the look-out for this one 😉

    • This is one Cabernet worth finding. It is truly that good. Let know what you think when you try it. 🙂

    • Hi Jeri, There is nothing better then a good Cabernet. I think this will be one you will greatly enjoy. Let me know when you do. :-)))

  • Jena Isle

    Hello Susan,

    I’m not much of a wine connoisseur but I believe Alexander Valley wine must be good for you to say it’s one of your favorites. If I were to try wine, I would try this one.

    • Thanks Jena, If you were to try a wine, this one is worth the effort of finding and savoring. 🙂

  • Bethany Lee

    I’m buying this one. Hopefully I can find it. Then I’m going to drink it with the chocolate that Gina sent me!!

    • Hi Bethany, You will really like this wine. It is one I now have on my permanent go to list. It is so yummy.

  • I’ll have to see if I can locate this wine. It sounds like it would make a wonderful hostess gift. Of course, I’ll buy an extra bottle to try myself.

    • I think you’ll love it. It’s not hard to find at a good wine store. They will recognize the name. When you do, let me know how you liked it. 🙂

  • Tope Olofin

    I think its time I stop procrastinating and taste my first wine. Just one problem though, Susan you are giving me too many options. Now I dunno where to start from…maybe it will be this one…*sighs*

    • Hi Tope, I would agree… :-). If you want to try a wine and it’s your first experience, start with a good Lambrusco. It’s a very soft, light wine that is just plain fun. However, this one would be a great one for sure. :)))

  • Yum, this sounds delicious. I love the description of the wine from the maker as well as your description of the area where it is made. I have never done a wine tasting or a tour of a vineyard and I am dying to. This sounds delightful and I love a good cabernet sauvignon

    • Hi Kelly, It is really an amazing wine. Wine tasting and winery tours are such great fun, especially with friend and a picnic. You must find time to do that. It will something you will greatly enjoy. 🙂

  • Oh yeah. Cassis and chocolate. This is a wine for me. Thanks Susan.

    • Hey Patrick, You will love this wine, it has your name on it. When you try it, let me know what you think. 🙂

    • Hey Patrick, You will love this wine, it has your name on it. When you try it, let me know what you think. 🙂

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