Friday, June 2, 2017

Michael David 2014 Inkblot Cabernet Franc

Michael David 2014 Inkblot Cabernet Franc

I remember drinking this for breakfast last year, poolside at Bare Ranch for the Snooth-Lodi Wine Media Trip, and thinking that any wine that's good for breakfast is probably a pretty damn good wine. I've had it several times over the years and it remains one of, if not the best, of all Cab Francs. This is like drinking Lodi in a bottle. Aromas of dark earth, blackberries, black pepper and spices; all of the above along with tart red berries on the palate; this is a 3-Dimensional wine, full in the mouth, tannins and acid duking it out in the background, with a full and lingering finish. Outstanding now, I can imagine this rewarding patient years of cellaring as well.

*Wine provided for editorial content - all opinions are my own.

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