94 Point Oakville Decadence: 2020 Martin Ray Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville Napa Valley
Get ready for our exclusive offer: the 2020 Martin Ray Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville Napa, a sensational 94-point wine practically begging to grace your holiday table!
Curious why? Well, let me break it down for you. This Napa Cabernet, which has achieved cult status, is nothing short of epic: It boasts an outstanding reputation, an incredible taste, and now, it comes with an unbelievable discount!
Originally priced at $90, we're offering it to you for just $49.99. And to sweeten the deal even further, we're throwing in free shipping for orders of 6 bottles or more. In my opinion? Impossible to pass up!
But here's where the real excitement begins – let's compare it to the famous Cakebread Cellars Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon. Yes, this wine is great, but its also everywhere and comes with a hefty $250 price tag. Now, think about Martin Ray's Cabernet Sauvignon, which not only offers amazing taste but also matches the same prestige and quality level, all at a price that won’t make you break the bank!... Cheers for that 🍷
Behind the scenes, the legendary Keith Emerson of Vineyard 29 Consulting lends his expertise to craft this masterpiece. But there's history here too, one that dates back to the pioneering days of California winemaking. Martin Ray, a true trailblazer, shaped the early wine landscape with his Burgundian approach and, later, the iconic Mount Eden property.
Fast forward to today, and Courtney Benham reignites the Martin Ray legacy. With an unwavering commitment to terroir-driven wines, Courtney and his team source grapes from the most exceptional vineyards across California. Winemaker Leslie Renaud, alongside Keith Emerson and seasoned growers, artfully shape each bottle.
Now, let's talk about the wine itself. Aged for 18 months in 55% new French Oak, this 100% Cabernet Sauvignon is a true flavor explosion. Picture layers of velvety black raspberry and juicy black cherry, interwoven with earthy notes and fine-grained tannins. Subtle hints of anise, mint, and tobacco dance in the background, leading to a long, satisfying finish that leaves you craving for more.