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2004 Mount Veeder Reserve

2004 Reserve


2009 Silver Medal Winner
San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition

90 Points - Connoisseurs' Guide

This blend of Bordelais varieties does an exceptional job of capturing both the complexity that its makeup ought to promise as well as also showing the depth and richness of Napa Valley fruit. It is fairly full at entry with a supple feel that leads to balanced cassis and oak flavors and then to a tannic end game in need of cellaring of some six to eight years.

Aromas: Dark garnet red in color, the 2004 Reserve has very dense and brambly aromas of dark black fruit that are complemented by sweet anise, sage, bay and toasty oak.

Flavors: Loaded with dark black berry fruit and ripe mountain tannins, this wine is rich, supple and dense. Chewy, bigboned and intense, the flavors fill your pallet and continue with blackberry and coffee notes that round out the long finish.

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2004 Wine Statistics

Varietal Composition:
53% Cabernet Sauvignon
44% Merlot
3% Malbec

Appellation: Napa Valley

Time in Oak: 24 months

Type of Oak: French

Alcohol: 14.5%


The rugged mountain conditions on Mount Veeder produce grapes with intensely concentrated fruit and big, rich tannins.


Micheal and Arlene Bernstein create a world class winery with love, hard work, and a little luck.


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