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Fait-Main Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

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Vintage: 2021
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    The Fait-Main Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 is produced by renowned winemaker Benoit Touquette from grapes grown in the Napa Valley region of California. This stunning cabernet sauvignon is produced from two blocks located in the southwestern portion, near the Vine Hill Ranch. The deep, well-draining soil and climatic conditions, including a cold and dry winter, along with a sunny spring and uneventful summer and fall, gave rise to what promises to be an exceptional vintage.
    When poured into a glass, this cabernet sauvignon displays a captivating garnet color. On the nose, the complex aromas of dark red fruits, along with subtle floral notes, laced with spices and a gentle touch of graphite, give way to a very inviting bouquet. The palate is intense yet sophisticated, with powerful and elegant tannins and wonderful oak integration. The abundant flavors of fresh red, blue and purple fruits coat the tongue and are balanced by a savory finish.

    Only 325 cases of this special vintage were produced, making this a wine worthy of any fine dining experience or wine cellar. Critics have praised the complexity and structure of the wine, giving it high scores and remarks that add to the allure and desirability of this special wine.

    30 reviews for Fait-Main Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2021

    1. Dolores Richard

      Good Missouri Hopper, Touquette’s first release of Oakville vineyard. Needs more time, prominent vanilla and mocha notes, mineral and graphite. Not ready yet, but great for casual drinking.

    2. Renita Lane

      Needs 3 years minimum. Decanted for 2 hours, muted nose, abrupt finish. Oakville profile emerges after 4 hours. Worth buying more. 94-95, considerable upside.

    3. Numbers Robbins

      Tannic grip, dark fruit and chocolate flavors. Needs a few years to come together.

    4. Paula George

      Cabernet done right. Smooth, dusty tannins fade into coffee memories, trace of cherry pie. Easy 98pts.

    5. Donna Walton

      MH vineyard’s wine is an acquired taste. The wine is not pleasant when opened, but after 6-7 hours, it’s better with layers of complexity, smooth tannins, and intense floral nose. It seems thin in body, but will be interesting with time.

    6. Katie Southall

      Excellent bottle with initial notes of dark fruits and baking spices, deep red color, 40 second finish, and hints of cocoa and graphite on the back end.

    7. Robert Weber

      Tight and tannic with elevated acidity, this garnet colored wine opens up to red/black fruit and heavy tobacco. After 23 hours in a decanter, the fruit has deepened and the mouthfeel is creamier, but the nose is only minimally indicative of its MH vineyard. A solid 95 with potential for 2 more points.

    8. Justin Griffin

      Benoit’s Fait Main Missouri Hopper is a must-have in your cellar. Decant for 6 hours and enjoy within the next 3-5 years. 97-98 rating.

    9. Lauren Nassif

      Ready to drink and rich with integrated tannins, Benoit’s 2018 wine has a nice mineral streak mid-palate and finishes with mocha. It’s different from typical Benoit wine but oh so good!

    10. Ronald Worthington

      Approachable, well-rounded and smooth with beautiful fruit but lacks the meaty and umami character of a Missouri Hopper wine. Not as distinct as the ’18 FM MH.

    11. Thomas Goulet

      Good nose and fruit purity but lacks tannin and structure. Needs more time. 93-94 with upside potential.

    12. Kevin Bowdre

      Napa Last Weekend: Good wine, but overshadowed by other FM offerings.

    13. Michael Aaronson

      “Enjoyable wine with balanced flavors, rich fruit, and velvety texture.”

    14. Michael Artis

      Great Hopper deal in Napa. Soft, velvety ’19 with dark fruit compote. Remarkably dark and glass-staining. Best to decant but can age for years. Lacks a bit of meatiness signature. Close to a 97 rating.

    15. Anna Grett

      Deep, dark, and elegant, with notes of blackberry, huckleberry, and subtle pork belly on the nose. A dry, satiny palate with sharp tannins suggests this wine needs to develop in the cellar for a year or two. Bold yet refined.

    16. Alfred Snell

      Brooding after 4-hour ox, unsure about palate appeal.

    17. Patrica Ledezma

      Fait Main 2020 not available, tried another bottle. Decanted for 2+ hours and it improved. Similar to last bottle, notes apply. Will re-rate if it changes. 96-97 points.

    18. Robert Strauss

      Deep, dark magenta color with blackberry, boysenberry, milk chocolate, meringue, and subtle thyme aroma. Smooth and dry, with lingering acidity and low tannins. It’s drinking nicely and will improve in time, but hard to resist now.

    19. Roger Belisle

      95 rating, balanced but lacks mouthfeel and plushness. Decanted for 6 hours.

    20. Lillian Kennedy

      Agree with others. Dense, rich, smooth, full-bodied. Red and black fruits, chocolate-covered cherries. Decanted for 90 minutes, enjoyed with dinner for 2 hours.

    21. Karen Small

      Perfect wine, exceeded expectations.

    22. John Fox

      Young wine, needs more time. Decanted for 3 hours, still tight. Dark fruits and spice, Cab Franc-like. Wait 5-10 years.

    23. Thomas Patch

      Nicely complex with balanced acidity and minerality. Silky tannins. Will improve with time. Crowd pleaser.

    24. Mario Hughes

      Needs at least 3 years to mature. Decanting for 3 hours helped but still too young. 91+ rating.

    25. Dorothy Holbert

      Rich, full-bodied wine with blueberry, fig, honeysuckle, and dark chocolate notes. Firm tannins and a long finish. Ready to drink now.

    26. Wallace Cruz

      Amazing wine dominated by chocolate and dark flavors, lasting the entire evening.

    27. Carl Oreilly

      Needs decanting for at least an hour. Tighter than the 2019 but has flashes of brilliance. Great potential with time.

    28. Theodore Behanna

      90-minute wait, overwhelming vanilla, fruity blueberry, bubble gum, soft finish. Enjoyed for its texture, full body, and soft structure. Any difference from other Missouri Hopper 2018 wines? Same terroir but unique maker?

    29. Jeannette Furman

    30. Jo Green

      Youthful and evolving, this electric magenta wine boasts blackberry, plum, and powdered sugar notes. Smooth and dry with a long finish, it’s a pleasure to drink now and will only improve with age.

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    What does Fait-Main Beckstoffer Missouri Hopper Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 taste like?

    Earthy Flavors of the wine

    leather, earthy, smoke

    Red Fruit flavors of the wine

    cherry, raspberry

    Oaky Flavors of the wine

    oak, tobacco, vanilla

    Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

    blackberry, plum, dark fruit

    Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

    pepper, licorice, cinnamon


    Vegetal notes found in the wine


    Floral aromas found in the wine


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