2014 Anomaly Vineyards
Vintage Notes: California was deep into a multi-year drought in February 2014 when heavy rains blanketed Napa Valley. The February storm was not significant enough to relieve the drought, and the resulting vintage displays the qualities often found in warmer, drier years: power, fruit and complexity.
The 2014 Anomaly Cabernet Sauvignon is incredibly inviting. The nose is pure and soft; a bouquet of hazelnut and sweet oak tones fill the glass. A concise perfume note keeps the wine’s focus in the midst of richer scents of anise and mocha. This wine delivers on flavor, living up to its gorgeous nose. It is soft and smooth on entry. Floral notes evolve into flavors of dark cherry and blackberry on the palate. Precise, fine grained tannins will allow it to age gracefully. The 2014 is both approachable and enjoyable, even in its youth.
The Wine: 2014 Anomaly Vineyards, Napa Valley Cabernet
- 86.3% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10.2% Petit Verdot, 3.5% Cabernet Franc
- Alcohol: 14.4%
- Winemaker: Mark Porembski
- Production: 1112 cases
- Release date: February 15, 2016
- Vineyards: Indee, Ashby, and Cosette (St. Helena)
750 ml | $130
375 ml | $70
1.5 Liter | $280
3 Liter | $800
This wine is allocated to our mailing list. The allocation period is open through March 8th. Please click here to view your allocation, or join our mailing list.