Ideology Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 | Final Allocation of One of the Stars of 2014
So acclaimed Cabernets like Ideology Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 are usually snapped up right away. But the best that most of us can do is read the glowing tasting notes. Or dream of swirling the wine in our own crystal stemware someday. Which is why we jumped at the opportunity to offer this rare, final allocation of Ideology Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014. A dark red wine of generous fruit and expressive aromatics. So Ideology captures the essence of 2014’s generous vintage. But also comes with the structure to age gracefully in the cellar.
Ideology Estate Cabernet Sauvignon 2014 presents opaque at the core. With dark burgundy and garnet hues toward the rim. Plus assertive aromatics of black currant, blackberry, dark chocolate, and bay leaf. In addition, French oak lending it lovely flashes of clove, cinnamon, and vanilla. As well as suggestions of new leather and faint cigar box. While great concentration and ripeness on the palate, with rich, chewy tannins and a deep, dark finish that fleshes out the back end. Most of all, an absolutely outstanding Napa Valley Cabernet at this price point. Drink now – 2027.
Ideology Cellars | Oak Knoll District
Nestled at the base of the Mayacamas Mountains. Here alluvial soils provide ideal conditions for dense, concentrated Cabernet Sauvignon. While Ideology’s efforts haven’t gone unnoticed. With their Estate Cabernet Sauvignon and Reserve bottlings receiving consistently high scores from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate and Wine Enthusiast. In addition, their 2014 bottling flaunts a mesmerizing array of blackberry, cassis, and plum fruit character the instant the cork is popped. Finally, giving way to dark chocolate, clove, and baking spices with time.
Winemaker Leigh Meyering
With over fifteen years of winemaking experience, Leigh brings a diverse background in all levels of production to Ideology Cellars. Furthermore, Leigh has worked with many different varietals from premier appellations including the Napa Valley, Carneros, Sonoma, and Bordeaux. While her skills have guided the development of Ideology Cellar’s vision to become a premier small production winery in the Napa Valley.
Leigh sports a Master’s degree in Enology from UC Davis and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Cal Polly. These technical skills enhance her creative vision. Along with a discipline of precision and accuracy, carry over in her winemaking style. Previously she held various positions in winemaking at Spring Mountain Vineyard in St. Helena, Clos Des Jacobins in St. Emilion, MacRostie in Carneros, and Charles Krug in St. Helena.