2001 Dunn - Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain
East of St. Helena in Angwin, the Dunn family has been making wine since 1979. Randy Dunn and his son, Michael, make the wines today. The grapes for this earthy, mineral-laden Cabernet are sourced from volcanic soils, leaving this bottling with a massive tannic edge perfect for cellar aging, which the Dunns claim can be well over 15 years.
Wine Advocate: 95 Points
"More seriously endowed, powerful and still broodingly backward, but loaded with upside potential, the 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon Howell Mountain reveals gorgeous blueberry liqueur, crushed rock and blackberry liqueur characteristics. This big, mountain-styled 2001 exhibits lots of structure, tannin, density and powerful flavors. Still youthful, vibrant and masculine, it needs 4-5 more years of cellaring and should last for 25-30+ years thereafter." -Robert Parker
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