Finally in the bottle, the 2011 Proprietary Red Cappella is showing even better than it did from barrel last year (a common occurrence at Abreu). The 2011, which includes more Merlot than usual because of the cold growing season, reveals terrific notes of espresso roast, chocolate, forest floor, incense, and blackberry and cassis fruit. This broad, round effort is an opulent, fruit-forward, supple, luscious wine that should drink well for 10-15 years. (RP)
The 2011 Cappella is about as soft and approachable a young Abreu wine as readers will come across. Savory herbs and ferrous notes add nuance in a pretty, accessible wine that will drink well pretty much upon release. I am quite surprised how expressive the Cappella is today. Drink through 2031. (AG)
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