William Harrison 2012 Estate Cabernet Franc (Rutherford) Review

The William Harrison 2012 Estate Cabernet Franc (Rutherford) wine is of the Cabernet Franc variety from the USA, produced within the Estate vineyard in the California province. The cost is $65. This wine has a score of 72/100 (a respectable score, albeit nothing remarkable).

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  • This is a full-bodied, rounded wine that is soft and open. With a touch of wood and spice, it will improve with age. Drink from 2017.
  • A new and limited single-vineyard Gewrztraminer from this estate vineyard, this wine is a blend of 52 Grenache, 32 Syrah, 22 Viognier and 10 Mourvdre. Firm tannins and a prune-like texture give it a dry core, while a shot of fresh black cherry and raspberry flavors feed through the smooth, lovely finish.
  • This is a thick, rich and concentrated wine that has strong, concentrated black-currant fruit flavors. It is structured and tightly wound, with a dense core of leather, toned tannins and a long, drying finish. Drink from 2017.
  • This wine is a blend of the two dozen vines. It is dense, concentrated and dry, with blackberry fruits as well as the tannins that are already there. It is a dense, concentrated wine and needs to age. Drink from 2017.
  • A new release from the estate vineyard, this is a soft, fruity wine. It has a light vein of red fruit, bright acidity and a light texture. The aftertaste is fresh and crisp. Drink from 2017.
  • A big, ripe wine, this has rich red fruits and a smooth texture.
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