Dalla-Valle-Cabernet-Sauvignon-Maya-2015

Dalla Valle, Cabernet Sauvignon ''Maya'' , 2015

“Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Maya Proprietary Red Wine opens with sweet plums, spice box and kirsch notes with nuances of vanillin, cocoa powder, dried herbs and loam. Medium to full-bodied, soft, approachable and very sexy even at this youthful stage, it has a long, perfumed finish. This was tasted as a barrel sample.”
- Wine Advocate (96-98 points)

“The 2015 Maya is surprisingly powerful and tightly wound. Time in the glass allows the tannins to relax just enough for the fruit to gradually emerge. Like all of the 2015s here, the Maya is still very primary in its expression of fruit. Even so, the wine’s heady, flamboyant personality is very much on display. Dark cherry, plum, mocha, licorice, lavender and exotic spice overtones gradually develop in the glass, but it will be years before the 2015 enters its prime.”
- Antonio Galloni (97+ points)

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D6013
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Type: Red
Country: USA
Region: California
Winery: Dalla Valle
Item(s) Bottle
$525.00
Quantity
Case
$6,300.00
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D6013
Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Type: Red
Country: USA
Region: California
Winery: Dalla Valle

Description

“Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2015 Maya Proprietary Red Wine opens with sweet plums, spice box and kirsch notes with nuances of vanillin, cocoa powder, dried herbs and loam. Medium to full-bodied, soft, approachable and very sexy even at this youthful stage, it has a long, perfumed finish. This was tasted as a barrel sample.”
- Wine Advocate (96-98 points)

“The 2015 Maya is surprisingly powerful and tightly wound. Time in the glass allows the tannins to relax just enough for the fruit to gradually emerge. Like all of the 2015s here, the Maya is still very primary in its expression of fruit. Even so, the wine’s heady, flamboyant personality is very much on display. Dark cherry, plum, mocha, licorice, lavender and exotic spice overtones gradually develop in the glass, but it will be years before the 2015 enters its prime.”
- Antonio Galloni (97+ points)