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Ray's Station Mendocino County Cabernet Sauvignon 2012

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Ray's Station Mendocino County Cabernet Sauvignon 2014

Brightly aromatic, this wine fills your nose with scents of briar and sweet wild berries, reminiscent of Mendocino's pedigree. The palate has full flavors of boysenberry, blackberry, and wild black cherry that mingle with rich oak notes. French oak barrel aging adds hints of espresso and vanilla, framing the fruit while full, rich, silky tannins carry into the finish. Perfect for tomato pastas, grilled chicken or a nice, hearty rib-eye steak. 90% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Malbec, 4% Merlot. Ray's Station is a brand owned by Vintage Wine Estates. In 1859, Captain John Go Ray ventured bravely up the mountains through what is now Northern California's wne country. He opened Ray's Station along the northern stagecoach route and became a legend as a winegrower and for his rustic hospitality. This intense, full-flavored cabernet forges around with bold aromatics and beautiful balance.
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