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Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

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Vintage: 2019
  • OB 94
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Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 is like a treasure box of flavors and scents crafted meticulously by the skilled hands at Hall Wines. The winemaking team, led by Megan Gunderson, has beautifully woven together the richness of Cabernet Sauvignon with the smoothness of Merlot, creating a wine that tells a story of its unique journey from vine to bottle.

Upon first glance, the wine captivates with its dense red-purple hue, a prelude to the symphony of aromas and tastes that await. Imagine walking through a vibrant garden; that’s the feeling you get as the scent of black currant preserves, the floral notes of violet pastille, and the earthiness of crushed sage greet you. It’s like nature’s own perfume, enriched with a hint of crame brûle, a sweet whisper from its time in French Oak barrels.

The experience doesn’t stop at the aroma. Take a sip, and let the vibrant, dense flavors envelop your palate. The blend of 83% Cabernet Sauvignon and 17% Merlot introduces an extra layer of silky tannins, making each sip smooth and luxurious. The finish? Long, juicy, and absolutely memorable, like the closing scene of a great movie that stays with you.

The journey of Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 through its vintage year is a tale of patience and precision. The wet spring of 2019 led to meticulous vineyard management, ensuring that each grape reached its full potential. Followed by a mild, long Indian summer, the grapes ripened at a leisurely pace, capturing the essence of elegance in each bottle. This careful attention to detail at Hall Wines results in a wine that’s not just a drink, but an experience.

The wine has garnered admiration and high praise from critics, securing a stellar 94 points from Owen Bargreen. Described as echoing an old-world charm, its complex profile includes wet gravel, cassis, and a hint of red bell pepper on the nose, creating a sophisticated bouquet. The palate delights with a soft, seamless blend of coffee grounds, ripe black fruits, and minerals, offering a taste that’s both elegant and inviting. Bargreen’s review suggests that Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 is not just for the present but will continue to enchant for over a decade, making it a timeless addition to any collection.

Exploring the prestigious lineage of Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon, with vintages like the 2017 and 2018, has garnered exceptional ellie sage reviews, showcasing the craft of blending red varietals such as Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot to perfection. These wines, notably the Hall Ellie Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, reflect the rich diversity of Napa Valley’”a territory that stretches approximately 20 miles from the San Francisco Bay to Mount St. Helena. This area’s geographical variety supports the growth of grapes with distinctive blue color and thick skins, essential for producing the concentrated flavors and reductive qualities found in the wines from districts like Rutherford, Howell Mountain, and Oakville. The international recognition of these wines is not just due to their robust flavors of dusty blackberry, gun smoke, and toasted oak, but also to the real-time inventory by location system that ensures enthusiasts can access these exquisite bottles seamlessly. For those seeking to delve deeper into this winemaking heritage, we invite you to please contact us directly for assistance.

In California, where the varietal Cabernet Sauvignon started its journey to fame, regions like Sonoma, the Santa Cruz Mountains, and Mendocino have contributed significantly to the state’s winemaking prowess. It’s fascinating to consider today’s thriving industry in places like the Entre Deux Mers region, Stags Leap District, and the varied terrain of the Santa Cruz Mountains and Mendocino, against the backdrop of California’s winemaking history, often viewed as a recent phenomenon. Yet, it’s this rich history and the collective efforts across valleys’”Sonoma, Santa Cruz, and beyond’”that have elevated California on the international stage. York’s capacity to produce wines that are as captivating and complex, boasting the full force of flavor, underlines the state’s unique ability to blend tradition with innovation.

In essence, Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 from Hall Wines is more than just a bottle of wine; it’s a journey through flavors, aromas, and the meticulous craft of winemaking. Under the guidance of winemaker Megan Gunderson, this wine stands as a testament to the dedication and passion of the Hall winery team. Whether you’re exploring the world of wines or adding to your collection, Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon offers a taste of Napa Valley’s elegance and the timeless beauty of nature captured in a glass.

16 reviews for Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

  1. Susan Wallace

    A wine with a black olive note? Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is an exciting journey of flavors!

  2. Jennifer Acosta

    Savoring each sip of Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon, I’m in awe of the clove and sage notes. The blueberry essence is the cherry on top!

  3. Gary Gillis

    Checked out some Ellie Sage reviews and decided to try the Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon. The pepper and red fruit flavors are amazing!

  4. Zachery Butler

    What a delight to drink Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon! The blend of plum, black cherry, and a hint of vanilla was simply enchanting.

  5. Sean Broyles

    Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is my new favorite red. The licorice and black fruit undertones are utterly captivating!

  6. Ruby Sorensen

    I trust Hall Winery to make great wines and they didn’t disappoint with this one. The earthy tones and tobacco notes are sublime!

  7. Percy Mitchell

    Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon, with its hint of cinnamon, caramel, and ripe blackberry, is a feast for the palate!

  8. Charlene Steinharter

    I’m blown away by the winemaker Megan Gunderson’s creation. The oak flavor and the touch of leather in the Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon are a game-changer!

  9. Terry Sanchez

    I’m a coffee lover and the subtle coffee and cocoa hints in Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon from Hall Winery simply won my heart!

  10. Emily Mackey

    The best part of Hall wines is the variety of flavors. The blackcurrant and raspberry in the Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon were a pleasant surprise!

  11. Erma Miller

    Just savored the Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019. The dark fruit and blackberry notes are absolutely delectable, highly recommend!

  12. Jeffery Hertel

    Dark chocolate and minerals in a wine? Yes, please! Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is truly a flavor adventure.

  13. James Wright

    The Hall Winery’s Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is a must-try. The cassis flavor, combined with a hint of smoke and cedar, is a treat for the senses!

  14. Cecilia Turso

    Megan Gunderson has outdone herself with this one! Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is a delightful medley of oak, blackberry, and dark fruit flavors.

  15. George Stenberg

    Hall Winery’s Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon is a complex blend of flavors. The graphite and jam notes are perfectly balanced!

  16. Alta Beavers

    The cola and baking spice notes in Hall Ellie’s Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 are a unique blend that sets it apart!

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Critical Acclaim

OB 94
Owen Bargreen
The 2019 ‘Ellie’s’ is stylistically the wine that expresses more of an old-world style. On the nose there is wet gravel aromas that combine with cassis, dried herbs and shades of red bell pepper. The palate is soft, seamless and elegant with coffee grounds, ripe black fruits and copious minerals. This is fantastic to enjoy now and over the next ten plus years.

What does Hall Ellie's Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 taste like?


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Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, smoke

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

cherry, raspberry, red fruit

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, vanilla, tobacco

apricot, melon, apple

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, dark fruit, plum

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, sage

Citrus notes found in the wine

citrus, orange

yeast, cheese, cream

Vegetal notes found in the wine

asparagus, green bell pepper, tomato

dried fruit, prune, raisin

pineapple

Floral aromas found in the wine

violet, lavender, rose petal

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Winemaker of Hall Ellie's Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

Megan Gunderson

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