Lone Birch Cabernet Sauvignon 2016

Cabernet Sauvignon

—VINTAGES#: 446971
Lone Birch Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Lone Birch is the second label of Airfield Estates and is named for a solitary birch tree more than 70 years old. This lone birch is the last of the trees planted in the 1940s by H. Lloyd Miller, founder of the family farm. This 2016 Cabernet offers complex, expressive ripe dark fruit, berry, cassis, tobacco, vanilla, dark chocolate and herbs. A fine seam of food-friendly acidity keeps this tightly wound, structured Cab quite approachable. This is a wine for lovers of roasted or grilled meats. (Vintages panel, April 2018)
$19.95

Product Details

Release Date:
November 24, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
13.9%
Made in:
Washington, USA
By:
Airport Ranch Estates, Llc
Sugar Content:
2 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Full-bodied & Smooth
Varietal:
Cabernet Sauvignon

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