The Salvatore Principe 2007 Running with the Bulls Cabernet Sauvignon (North Coast) wine is of the Cabernet Sauvignon variety from the USA, produced within the Running with the Bulls vineyard in the California province. The cost is $10. This wine has a score of 94/100 (an outstanding score).
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This pure expression of this vineyard is a delightful, complex and deeply perfumed wine, with a subtle touch of smoke and herb. It shows the complexity of the vineyard, and is ripe and generous with its red-berry fruit, acidity and soft tannins. While still young, the wine is exciting to drink now. Drink from 2012.
This is a gorgeous wine, with a lush, rich bouquet and aromas of honeysuckle, honeysuckle, honeysuckle, white flower and a touch of citrus. The palate is so pretty, it’s almost sweet. The flavors are bright and full, with a lingering finish. It’s a marvelous wine, but it’s also a great everyday apritif.
The aroma is earthy and ripe with black plum, chocolate and spice aromas. The palate is full, dense and firm, with black cherry, dried plum and tobacco flavors. It’s a rounded, full, and well balanced wine with a long finish.
Comes from a small parcel of the vineyard, the wine is light and crisp, with citrus and white flower aromas. It’s a clean, easy-drinking, fruity and ready-to-drink wine.
Aromas of underbrush, toast and chopped mint lead the way. The easygoing palate offers dried black cherry, anisette and a hint of clove alongside round, smooth tannins that provide an inviting backdrop.
Smooth and soft, this wine is a blend of Syrah, Grenache and Malbec. The aromas of plum, prune, baking spice and coffee are followed by a solid, full-bodied palate that brings in black cherry, toast and mocha. Drink now.
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