The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Fay Estate-Grown comes from a vineyard established by Nathan Fay in 1961. Beautiful blackcurrant, floral-infused fruit jumps from the glass of this dense ruby/purple wine. There are some loamy underpinnings of soil, but the wine is medium to full-bodied, beautifully fruited, with great texture, and terrific purity and personality. This is a serious and beautiful wine to drink over the next 20-25 years, if not longer. (RP)
Rich, ample and seductive, the 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Fay is impressive. Ripe, noble tannins, bright red-toned fruit and notable creaminess give the Fay its air of total sophistication. The 2013 vintage produced mostly huge, structured wines, but if there is one Cabernet I might be tempted to open a bit on the early side, the Fay might be it. Once again, the sheer gracefulness of Fay speaks with eloquence. (AG)
Smooth, chalky tannin supports deep, dark layers of tar, black currant and savory peppercorn, within a context of baked plum. Full bodied, the wine is also round and easy to love, with supportive structure making it a worthwhile bottle from the stellar appellation. (VB)
Rich and well-structured, delivering a tight core of blackberry and currant notes, and dusty, cedary oak, anise and underbrush flavors. On the finish, the tannins turn dry and loamy, with a dusty presence that should subside with time. Drink now through 2028. (JL, Web Only-2016)
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