Gabrielle Limited, Wines

2016 Gabrielle Limited Cask 321

GABRIELLE LIMITED CASK 321 CABERNET SAUVIGNON, NAPA COUNTY 2016

An Artistic Expression of Cabernet Sauvignon Handcrafted by Gabrielle

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SMALL PRODUCTION DISTINCTIVE CABERNET SAUVIGNONS

EXTENDED FRENCH OAK AGING… A SIGNATURE OF QUALITY

Exclusive wines… handcrafted in very small lots…available only from the Winery

GABRIELLE LIMITED Cabernet Sauvignons represent my expression of classic Cabernet blends that capture individual varietal character and Napa’s varied terroir with the goal of producing wines of exquisite balance and finesse. “  Gabrielle

Varietal

75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Cabernet Franc, 100% O’Connell Family Estate

The Wine

CASK 321 History: Equilateral Cask 321 Cabernet Sauvignon is a signature wine for Vintner, Gabrielle Leonhard. Her first release- a 350 case production of the 03 vintage- was a blend of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Cabernet Franc. Cask 321 symbolizes the blend ratio, which will remain the same evermore. The 2016 vintage gained more 100 point scores for Cabernet Sauvignon that any other recent vintages. A great addition to your wine collection.

Tasting Notes

The wine shows the earthiness of Cabernet Franc and the polish of Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is extremely aromatic with smooth flavors and a lingering finish. Hints of dark unsweetened chocolate, aged leather, ripe herbal flavors of rosemary and spice.

Vineyards

The Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc were grown at the certified organic and Gold Medal winning O’Connell Family Estate Vineyard. The fruit is prized for its ability to harmonize the components of the wine into a seamless tasting experience.

Food Pairing

If you like Cabernet and Chocolate- this is your wine! Try it with all cuts of beef- grilled or roasted, game meats- venison, boar, and savory dark chocolate desserts.

Oak Program

Extended aging of 4 ½ years in new French Oak of medium toast

Case Production

212 cases

Cellaring

Drinkable upon release and will age 20+ years with good cellar conditions