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2020 Quail Hollow 'Reserve' North Coast, California Cabernet Sauvignon

Beautifully balanced, this Cabernet from California’s North Coast region deliciously melds fruit, oak and earth impressions.

2020 Quail Hollow 'Reserve' North Coast, California Cabernet Sauvignon
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Country: United States

Brand: Quail Hollow

Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon

Vintage: 2020

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About This Wine:

It encompasses more than 3 million acres (although only a small percentage of that acreage is planted to grapes), and within its boundaries there are more than 50 American Viticultural Areas — from Alexander Valley to Yountville, and from Anderson Valley to Yorkville Highlands.

Each AVA has its own microclimate, and quite a few of the AVAs provide ideal conditions for growing world-class Cabernet Sauvignon. With that in mind, Quail Hollow taps acclaimed vineyards from throughout the North Coast for the Cabernet grapes that go into its “Reserve” bottling.

The 2020 Quail Hollow “Reserve” Cabernet Sauvignon deliciously melds fruit, oak and earth impressions for a wine that’s beautifully balanced, a delight to drink and food friendly. Sip it solo for a special treat, or pair it with prime rib or other hearty dishes for a wonderful culinary experience.

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