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Lokoya Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain District 2019

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14.50% /
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Vintage: 2019
  • WS 96
  • WA 98
  • DEC 98
  • JD 98
  • JS 98
  • VIN 96
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Established in 1993, the Spring Mountain District appellation sits above the town of St. Helena on the eastern slopes of the Mayacamas Mountains, which separate Napa Valley from Sonoma County. First crafted in 2005, the Lokoya Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is primarily sourced from three vineyards: the estate-owned Yverdon vineyard (2,100 feet), the Wurtele vineyard (1,000 feet) and Spring Mountain Vineyard (1,800 feet). Cool daytime temperatures, deficient soil and sharply inclined vineyard terraces combine to create ideal growing conditions for Cabernet Sauvignon. The wines from Spring Mountain express a signature floral perfume, deep red fruit flavors and smooth tannins.

8 reviews for Lokoya Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain District 2019

  1. Allen Duffy

    Napa 2023: the quieter version; 2/6/2023-2/11/2023 (Napa/Sonoma California): The initial easy and open wine which I think Spring has been more of late than it used to be. It’s interesting to try it. Also a wine where it took until the last 10 years to really have locked down the vineyards that this mostly comes from. This was dark fruits and that really fine tannin and just a bit of lift. The easiest of the four but as the others opened and developed this one didn’t seem to keep pace in the same way.

  2. Courtney Tijerina

    The bottle was double decanted 5 hours early.. Sexy, silky wine that is a little closed but still very enjoyable now. It’ll go 30 years easy and could be drunk now but it’s probably going to need 10 at least to hit its window. Fantastic.

  3. WS

    Seriously packed, with dense black currant, plum and blackberry fruit flavors embedded with prodigious grip, this manages to have a sleek and well-defined feel. Reveals a long iron spine and flashes of anise and violet in the background. A lovely combination of power and purity. Best from 2024 through 2040.

  4. WA

    Lokoya’s 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain is a bit floral and herbal, with lovely bay leaf and sage nuances vaguely reminiscent of some Margaret River Cabernets. Ripe cassis and cherries round out the full-bodied palate in a seamless combination of velvet and silk, finishing long and slinky, again marked by fine-grained, soft tannins. Fruit from two vineyards—Yverdon and Wurtele—goes into this wine, which aged in Sylvain barriques for their subtlety.

  5. DEC

    Intricate aromas of kirsch, tobacco, potpourri, pine forest, and smoky cedar. Massively powerful and concentrated dark fruit gives buoyancy to this brooding Cabernet. Firm, fine woody tannins lay a solid foundation for a wine that keeps giving through layers of wet river stones, underbrush, herbs, dried currants and walnut husks. A very precise wine with the freshness of a cool, crisp Spring Mountain morning.

  6. JD

    Also from two sites, the 2019 Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is all Cabernet Sauvignon aged in 87% new French oak. It’s another deeply hued Cabernet revealing a stunning bouquet of ripe red and black plums, graphite, bouquet garni, tobacco, and sappy flowers. Rich, full-bodied, gorgeously balanced, and lengthy on the palate, it deserves 4-5 years of bottle age and will keep for 20-25 years. As with most Spring Mountain releases, it shines just as much for its complexity, nuance, and balance as its power and richness.

  7. JS

    This is an amazing young wine with blackcurrant, iodine, oyster shell and tile. Crushed stone, too. Full-bodied, yet bright and linear, with great depth and intensity. Tensioned and formed with superb tannins. Framed and real. Speaks of the place. Give this four to five years of bottle age. One for the cellar. Try after 2027.

  8. VIN

    The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain is the most elegant, nuanced wines in the Lokoya range. Bright red cherry, red plum, blood orange, mint, cinnamon and rose petal lend brightness to this big, potent Cabernet Sauvignon. The Spring Mountain is differentiated in this range for its distinctly red-tone fruit, floral top notes and silky tannins. In 2019, the wine is a blend from Wuerder and Everdon.

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Critical Acclaim

WS 96
Wine Spectator
Seriously packed, with dense black currant, plum and blackberry fruit flavors embedded with prodigious grip, this manages to have a sleek and well-defined feel. Reveals a long iron spine and flashes of anise and violet in the background. A lovely combination of power and purity. Best from 2024 through 2040.
WA 98
Wine Advocate
Lokoya's 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain is a bit floral and herbal, with lovely bay leaf and sage nuances vaguely reminiscent of some Margaret River Cabernets. Ripe cassis and cherries round out the full-bodied palate in a seamless combination of velvet and silk, finishing long and slinky, again marked by fine-grained, soft tannins. Fruit from two vineyards—Yverdon and Wurtele—goes into this wine, which aged in Sylvain barriques for their subtlety.
DEC 98
Decanter
Intricate aromas of kirsch, tobacco, potpourri, pine forest, and smoky cedar. Massively powerful and concentrated dark fruit gives buoyancy to this brooding Cabernet. Firm, fine woody tannins lay a solid foundation for a wine that keeps giving through layers of wet river stones, underbrush, herbs, dried currants and walnut husks. A very precise wine with the freshness of a cool, crisp Spring Mountain morning.
JD 98
Jeb Dunnuck
Also from two sites, the 2019 Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon is all Cabernet Sauvignon aged in 87% new French oak. It's another deeply hued Cabernet revealing a stunning bouquet of ripe red and black plums, graphite, bouquet garni, tobacco, and sappy flowers. Rich, full-bodied, gorgeously balanced, and lengthy on the palate, it deserves 4-5 years of bottle age and will keep for 20-25 years. As with most Spring Mountain releases, it shines just as much for its complexity, nuance, and balance as its power and richness.
JS 98
James Suckling
This is an amazing young wine with blackcurrant, iodine, oyster shell and tile. Crushed stone, too. Full-bodied, yet bright and linear, with great depth and intensity. Tensioned and formed with superb tannins. Framed and real. Speaks of the place. Give this four to five years of bottle age. One for the cellar. Try after 2027.
VIN 96
Vinous
The 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain is the most elegant, nuanced wines in the Lokoya range. Bright red cherry, red plum, blood orange, mint, cinnamon and rose petal lend brightness to this big, potent Cabernet Sauvignon. The Spring Mountain is differentiated in this range for its distinctly red-tone fruit, floral top notes and silky tannins. In 2019, the wine is a blend from Wuerder and Everdon.

What does Lokoya Cabernet Sauvignon Spring Mountain District 2019 taste like?


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Smooth
Tannic
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Earthy Flavors of the wine

leather, earthy, mushroom

Red Fruit flavors of the wine

cherry, raspberry, red fruit

Oaky Flavors of the wine

oak, tobacco, vanilla

apricot

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, plum, dark fruit

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

prune, dragon fruit

Floral aromas found in the wine

violet, perfume, rose petal

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