Cenyth Sonoma County Red 2010 750ml - Stirling Fine Wines
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Cenyth Sonoma County Red 2010 750ml
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Cenyth Sonoma County Red 2010

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  • v90+
  • ws88

750ml
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Category Red Wine
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Region California, Sonoma County
Brand Cenyth
Alcohol/vol 13.5%
Beautiful dark ruby in color, this wine showcases lovely spice notes on the nose. On the palate, this elegant, classic Bordeaux style blend demonstrates hints of spice and nutmeg that comingle with white pepper flavors in delicate harmony. The finish is long, smooth with very fine tannins, ending with a lingering freshness of fruit. This wine is to be enjoyed in the next 5-10 years.
Wine Advocate
  • wa94

The 2010 Cenyth is composed of 54% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Franc and 12% Cabernet Sauvignon. The alcohol is 13.4% and the fruit was sourced from the same vineyards. Very Bordeaux-like (no doubt due to the lower alcohol profile), it offers up notes of red and black currants, cedarwood, spice box, vanillin, licorice, underbrush and unsmoked cigar tobacco. The wine reveals fine-grained tannins and beautiful density and richness. Compared to the 2009, which is a Medoc-like blend, the 2010 is more of a right bank St.-Emilion-styled wine.

Robert Parker, December 2013
Vinous
  • v90+

(13.6% alcohol, vs. 14.1% for the 2009; a blend 54% merlot, 34% cabernet franc and 12% cabernet sauvignon): Deep ruby. Savory, reticent aromas of cherry, dark chocolate and spices show more lift than the 2009. Firmly built and rather backward, with flavors of plum and black raspberry joined on the back by a hint of leather. Quite tannic.

Stephen Tanzer, May 2014
Wine Spectator
  • ws88

Focused and compact, this wine aims for an Old World style, with aromas of cherry and tobacco that combine with flavors of red plum, dried herb and cedar. Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. Drink now through 2024. 4,359 cases made.

Tim Fish, November 30, 2015