A wine that takes over all the senses, Dunn's 1994 Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain is a drop-dead gorgeous beauty. New leather, smoke and spices are some of the many notes that develop in the glass, adding complexity and character. This is an especially powerful, brooding vintage for the Howell Mountain. All the elements fall into place effortlessly. The 1994 is rich, broad, ample and incredibly expressive today. What a wine. (AG)
Look out for the behemoth 1994 Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain. This black/purple-colored wine adds a few more nuances (minerals, licorice, and floral scents) to the lavish display of crème de cassis. Full-bodied, with a blockbuster level of extract and density, this is an outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon for readers with patience, good genes for longevity, or the foresight to purchase it for their children. Anticipated maturity: 2006-2030. (RP)
Dark-hued, with wild, racy, gamy, meaty and savory aromas, this is a still a dense, potent, deeply concentrated and firmly tannic youngster, with loads of mineral, sage, currant and blackberry flavors. (JL)
Here is a wine now running past two decades and showing so well that it seems likely to hold up for another decade and maybe two. Its aromas are rich, deep, layered and oh-so inviting, and its texture is nothing short of textbook perfect for an older wine with potential to keep on going. The temptation to call it open and soft does arise at first, but then the back half of the wine speaks with firmness, more than enough grip and great length. It was not only the wine of the night, but, among the wines of the year, few will be able to surpass its combination of energy, texture, range and out-and-out deliciousness. Every taster placed this wine first in preference order. Bravo, Mr. Dunn. *Totally Brilliant*
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