The 2004 Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon shows impressive aromas of black currant, spice, pepper, dust, chalk, and raspberry. I really love when a Napa Cab displays true and distinctive aromas that describe the location where the fruit was harvested from. This is obviously mountain fruit and the aromas and structure of the wine tell the story for you. Powerful flavors of dark black fruits combined with a dusty raspberry character and loads of firm but gracious tannin are what make this effort uniquely Napa mountain wine. I believe for the price tag this wine is a steal and would age well in your cellar for 5-10 years. I score the wine 91 points.
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