Beringer Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 - Expert wine ratings and wine reviews by WineAlign
Knight’s Valley is actually a bit light weight in the California cab world but I like its vibrancy. It has gentle but...
This is exactly what California cabernet is all about. It is soft and brimming with ripe cassis fruit with dark...
Ripe, oaky, toasty and fresh coffee ground aromas dominate the nose, bolstered by plush black fruit flavours. The...
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Medium ruby in colour with an intense nose.
Positives: Lots of flavour on both the nose & taste showing cedar, cassis, plums, cloves, blueberries, blackberries, vanilla, leather, pencil shavings & turmeric. Full body, medium tannins, good acidity & long length.
Negatives: A touch hot from the high alcohol.
Interesting Points: A quality consistent wine that is easy to drink on its own or to pair it with food & it taste more like a $50 wine. LCBO usually has this on sale a couple of times throughout the year. I love the black label with the silver detailing.
Drink now or cellar it for another 5 years. Pair it with beef Wellington.
Tasted: 23 May 12
Score: 9.5/10, Value: 9+/10, Total: 19/20
Out of 5 stars, I rated this wine: 4.5+
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Very dense ruby colour and the density doesn't stop there. Ripe with black plum, currant, cocoa and coffee. Notes of cigarbox and baking spice add some depth. Full-bodied and plenty of soft tannin. Great length and a touch of heat.
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