2003

Lamb Vineyard

Cabernet Sauvignon

Napa Valley

2003 Lamb Vineyard

Named for Dr. Robert Lamb, Juelle's father, and produced for his personal enjoyment until the first public release in 1991.

Production Details

ABV

13.7
%

Bottled

June 2005

Produced

312 cases
Lamb Vineyard

Lamb Vineyard

Nestled at the foot of the Palisades in Northern Napa Valley, the 10 acre Lamb Vineyard has been a source of great pride for our family over the past four decades. Named for Juelle's family, the vineyard was planted to Cabernet in 1976 and consistently yields small quantities of fruit that produce wine with a rare combination of rich concentrated flavors, velvet texture and elegance.

2003

Lamb Vineyard

Cabernet Sauvignon

Napa Valley

Named for Dr. Robert Lamb, Juelle's father, and produced for his personal enjoyment until the first public release in 1991.

Production Details

ABV

13.7
%

Bottled

June 2005

Produced

312 cases
Points
Points
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Bordeaux lovers rejoice! Powerful aromas of blueberry, powdered cocoa, and black currant with accents of allspice and cinnamon. On first sip this wine displays its heritage with an intense structure formed by firm dusty tannin and outlined by the Lamb Vineyard trademark acidity. Complex flavors of ripe plum, pommegrenate, and blackberry complemented by elements of graphite minerality culminate with tongue-dusting tannins. The long finish features the sweet fruit flavor of fresh red cherry eaten right off the tree. Amidst the recent California vintages that have featured ripe ready wines, the 2003 Lamb Vineyard Cabernet is a wine that holds within it the secret to aging with grace, power, and finesse.

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