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"91 Pts., 3 Stars, Silver Med., Rosette -- Oasis Vineyard
Cabernet Sauvignon 1993 -- A really big wine and unusual for Oasis
whose cabernets are usually ringers for bordeaux reds. This
Californian from Napa or Alexander Valley: Big, rich and full of
but well structured and not flabby. Lots of berries flavor balanced
nice wood. Tannin and good acid for enjoyment with food. 7/7 on the
pleasure scale. Rosette awarded for lifetime winery achievement:
fine cabernet. Retail panelists remarked that is is one of America's
cabernets, in the Bordeaux manner, but they connot sell it because
from California, and the label is too classically non-snazzy in a
consumers buy and drink labels. It won't talk itself off the shelf.
sell without customer complain thru '98".
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