• Home
  • /
  • Mayacamas Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder 750 ml

Mayacamas Cabernet Sauvignon Mount Veeder 750 ml

Country: United States /

Region: California /

Style: Wine /

Size: 750 ml /

Vintage: 2014 /

Sku: 41314627

James Suckling97 Points
Jeb Dunnuck96 Points
The Wine Spectator95 Points
$151.99
1 - 11
$151.99
12 +
$136.75

Details

Details

*Vintage may vary by location*

High on the slopes of Mount Veeder, Mayacamas Vineyards has been a source of legendary California wine since 1889. Since the 1950’s the vinification and élevage of Mayacamas remains remarkably consistent and our continued commitment to employ classical techniques and tools is integral to the character of these wines. The mountain terroir at Mayacamas ranges from 1,800 to 2,400 feet in elevation and the estate spans 475 acres, only 50 of which are dedicated to vine. 


Cabernet Sauvignon

Suggested Food Pairing:

Beef
Charcuterie-Cheese
Game
Lamb

Reviews

James Suckling97 Points
Jeb Dunnuck96 Points
The Wine Spectator95 Points
JS James Suckling: 97 Points
Aromas of blackcurrant, mushroom, wet earth and bark follow through to a full body, chewy tannins and a stone, berry, chili and spice aftertaste. Muscular and chunky. Very serious. Almost no new oak. This shows the Mayacamas DNA.
JD Jeb Dunnuck: 96 Points
An incredible wine that reminds me of a great vintage of Lafite, the 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon is a step up over the 2012, with more depth, richness, and elegance as well as texture. Stunning notes of red and blackcurrants, lead pencil shavings, cigar tobacco, and cedar all emerge from this incredibly elegant, ethereal, yet layered 2014 that has present yet polished tannin, impeccable balance, and sensational purity of fruit. It certainly offers pleasure today (more than the 2012) yet will benefit from 5-7 years of bottle age and keep for 2-3 decades. It’s a brilliant, classic, old-school styled Napa Cabernet done perfectly!
WS The Wine Spectator: 95 Points
This packs in a lot of juicy black currant and blackberry paste notes, with lively licorice snap and bramble accents filling the available space. A roasted apple wood accent lends a mouthwatering edge while a tarry echo at the very end adds range and length. Should cruise in the cellar. Best from 2020 through 2045.