The 2007 Padrone Proprietary Red (84% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc) offers up gorgeous aromas of incense, creme de cassis, Asian spice and subtle background oak. Rich, concentrated and multidimensional, this may be the finest red wine I have ever tasted from Ray Signorello. It still has some tannins to resolve and the finish is 40-seconds long. (RP)
Impressive for its structure, complexity, range of flavors and focus, with firm, ripe black fruits, dried currant, blackberry, black licorice, mocha and cedary graphite notes that tighten on the finish, when the fine-grained tannins take grip. (JL)
The grapes are from the winery's estate vineyard. The wine is made in the modern style, which is soft, ripe and oaky. It's quite delicious, showing ripe, lush blackberry and black currant fruit, as well as caramelized wood notes.
Currants and berries, with minerals and flowers on the nose. Solid core of beautiful fruit, with lightly toasted oak, raspberry pie and vanilla bean. Wonderful balance.
Full red-ruby. Musky plum, currant, mocha and roasted herbs on the nose. Then serious, concentrated and fine-grained, with a restrained sweetness and good acid lift to the cassis and licorice flavors. A very suave blend with intriguing soil-driven minerality. Finishes with a thick dusting of tannins. This impressive wine wears its high alcohol rather gracefully. (ST)
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