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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