- Tasting Notes
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IInky garnet in color, this powerful wine reveals aromas of pure black cassis, followed by cocoa powder, crushed rocks and a savory umami aroma of grilled herbs. Plentiful fine-grained tannins with a dark chocolate texture and a lengthy full-bodied finish express an age-worthy wine. Still in its youth, decanting is recommended one hour prior to serving.
THE TINY DIAMOND MOUNTAIN DISTRICT appellation is nestled in the rugged ridge line of the Mayacamas Mountains in northwestern Napa Valley. There are only 550 acres planted to vines in this remote, highly sought-after region. This warm hillside appellation has porous volcanic soils, with vines that produce distinctive ear thy, chocolate-laced flavors, wrapped around rich, opulent tannins.
|Barrel Aging||22 Months in New French Oak|
|Varietal Composition||100% New French Oak|
2013 Diamond Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon
This wine is a full-throttled, rich, beast of a wine that has just the right amount of structure and finish. Almost too good to pair it with a ribeye. Almost.
Joel & Amanda, 7/31/16
At HALL, we are committed to crafting the best wines possible. With that, we are proud to offer a full satisfaction guarantee on all of the wines you purchase from us.
How do I return my wine?
If you're not 100% satisfied with any of the wines you receive from us, simply contact us at (707) 967-2626 within a year of purchase and we'll happily send you a replacement.
What do I do if the wine I ordered is damaged?
Despite our best efforts to secure wine shipments, wine bottles are fragile and issues arise from time to time. Contact our member services team and we will rectify the situation quickly.
Are there any restrictions?
Please note that we will happily replace any wines purchased directly from the winery, given that they are still available; however we cannot replace HALL wines purchased from other wine retailers or restaurants. In rare instances, we reserve the right to deny our return policy to customers who we suspect are attempting to abuse the policy.