Theorize Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 | 93 point Killer Deal from gifted Winemaker
Theorize Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 presents dark ruby with touches of royal red and garnet. With a beautiful balance of spices like nutmeg, thyme with cherry pie, cedar, vanilla bean, touches of coconut and molasses, gingerbread. While on the palate, delivering a fresh but lush entrance. And then evolving on ripe sweet fruit like cherry preserve macerated strawberries lingering on tannins and cinnamon
93WA | Lisa Perrotti-Brown of Wine Advocate loves this mineral-driven, dense, beautiful Cabernet as much as we do. Made of 100% Cabernet, the deep garnet-purple colored Theorize Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 opens with suggestions of red currant jelly, black cherries, mulberries, and crushed black currants. In addition, with touches of cigar box, fragrant soil, black pepper, and truffles. Medium to full-bodied, firm and grainy textured, it delivers tons of muscular black fruit and a long, mineral-laced finish. 600 cases produced.
Barrel-Aged & Better than Ever
We a have killer deal to propose to you from our friend Jean Hoefliger. Of course, the incredibly gifted, 100-point winemaker behind the success of luminaries like The Debate, AXR, and Alpha Omega. So, we pounced on the opportunity to offer you this Theorize Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 at a special, double-secret, deep-down-low discount. And just like you, we’re all looking for wines that over-deliver. Without question, there is HEAPS more than $50 worth of Napa Valley Cabernet satisfaction stuffed in this bottle!
100 point Winemaker Jean Hoefliger
While Jean Hoefliger has a delightfully ribald sense of humor and razor-sharp wit, he is dead serious when it comes to oenology. His latest project is called “Theorize,” referring to Jean’s constant exploration of winemaking technique and his Swiss training that brought him such success at Château Lynch-Bages, Château Carbonnieux, and Newton here in the valley, not to mention countless consulting projects (and numerous 100-Point Wines) working with the esteemed Michel Rolland.