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Secret Indulgence ‘Tarot’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

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Vintage: 2019
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Tarot Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is rich, dense, dark, powerful and velvety. With black cherry, boysenberry and a hint of dustiness, the nose is reminiscent of walking through a raspberry patch. The wine has good intensity and intrigue coming out of the glass, and the palate follows the nose. With a very full entry, this medium bodied wine has a round and supple mid-palate and lingering fruit notes on the finish.

32 reviews for Secret Indulgence ‘Tarot’ Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

  1. Grace Bova

    Spanish-style Napa cab. Dry, deep ruby with plum, raisin, and vegetal notes. Long finish.

  2. Dave Minter

    Balanced wine with plenty of tannins to age well. Tried 2013 and 2015, noticed more tannins in latter but enjoyed both. Will buy more at fair price of 50-60.

  3. Gregory Ontiveros

    Requires patience to fully develop.

  4. Agnes Talley

    Rich fruit with notes of raisins, chocolate, and minerals on the nose. Pepper on the tongue. Soft tannins, low acid, and fuller-bodied. Enjoyed with family. Would buy more to drink now and age for fun.

  5. Candace Loucks

    Full-bodied with fruit and jam notes. Good structure but lacks acidity. Drink ready and enjoyable on its own, not recommended as a food pairing.

  6. Jimmie Aguilar

    Napa with a Bordeaux nose. Mineral, leather, warm spices followed by dark fruits. Plum, blackberry, licorice and tobacco on the palate. Good balance and pairs well with steak. Small finish but great value.

  7. Janet Engstrom

    Juicy and sweet with a high alcohol content, but not flabby. However, it may leave you feeling gross.

  8. Joseph Ranck

    Jan 2021 Vivino rating: 100 points. World Market.

  9. Jocelyn Mendez

    Napa Cab with deep black fruits, medium tannins and a balanced, fruit forward extended finish.

  10. Luis Vanderlip

    Dusty red, tannins are very drying, raspberry notes

  11. Barbara Keys

    Silky, refined Cabernet from Napa. Hints of tar, rubber, and leather with a plum profile. Fine tannins and decent finish.

  12. Sharon Linsley

    Day 1: Disjointed and sharp. Day 2: Mellowed, but needs aging.

  13. Neil Gill

    Promising but tannic, best to wait 8-10 years.

  14. Wm Wilhelm

    Good value young wine, better with age.

  15. Samantha Caldwell

    Decent dark fruits, but lacks tannins and acidity. No distinct Cabernet qualities, tastes more like a cheap Lodi juice. Not worth the $26 clearance price.

  16. Jasper Cheshire

    Ripe cherry, blackberry, currant paste, Moroccan spice and polished stone. Full-bodied and well-balanced. Drink 2022 – 2034.

  17. Mark Diaz

    Soft, floral cab with chewy tannins and a creamy finish. Worth the $29.99 at Costco. 91/100.

  18. Roger Bailey

    Solid but shallow with a tepid nose. Hopefully, future bottles improve.

  19. Richard Mckissack

    Good Napa Cab at decent price. Not a blockbuster.

  20. Pauline Haig

    Excellent cab. Wish I had more bottles.

  21. Melissa Williams

    Great value at $28. Best on day-2, improves over 2-3 years. Decant if drinking now.

  22. Beverly Yates

    Great value wine, but needs decanting to remove oak overload. Serve at the right temperature to maximize its performance.

  23. Michael Albright

    Smooth and accessible. Mom-approved. Arroyo Grill, Pasadena.

  24. Rupert Anderson

    Robust with bright red fruit, balanced with hints of wet forest and spice. Medium tannins and acidity. Great value.

  25. Agnes Depew

    Excellent with braised short ribs and polenta. Buy a case and enjoy now with a quick decant or hold for 4-6 years.

  26. Stephen Clark

    Fruity and excellent for 8 years.

  27. Oma Dahl

    Fantastic value for money. Genius weekly drinker. Makes me want to buy more.

  28. Ronald Groves

    Bold and full-bodied 2018 vintage with strong acid and tannins. Lacks fruit. Best to try again in 2025.

  29. Kelly Hargrove

    Sorry, but the given review “I likeeee” is not enough to rewrite. It does not provide any information about the wine and its taste. Please provide a proper review for me to rewrite.

  30. Daniel Cruz

    Flavorful and balanced with red currant, vanilla, and milk chocolate notes. Full-bodied with a good weight and grip. 4/5.

  31. Deborah Vonstein

    Eye-catching label but unsure if worth the $50cdn price tag. Hints of black fruit on the nose, rush of chalk tannins, bitter fruit, cherry, blackberry, vanilla, oak, and dark chocolate on the palate. Medium plus acidity and medium dry chalk tannins.

  32. JD

    Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2019 Tarot comes from a mix of valley floor sites and was raised in mostly neutral French oak. It’s a smoking value and offers lots of sweet red and black fruits, notes of herbs de Provence and spice, medium body, ripe, soft tannins, and outstanding length.

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Jeb Dunnuck
Mostly Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2019 Tarot comes from a mix of valley floor sites and was raised in mostly neutral French oak. It's a smoking value and offers lots of sweet red and black fruits, notes of herbs de Provence and spice, medium body, ripe, soft tannins, and outstanding length.

What does Secret Indulgence 'Tarot' Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 taste like?

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

apple, green apple, stone fruit

Black Fruit Flavors of the wine

blackberry, plum, dark fruit

Aromas and Flavors of Spices in the wine

pepper, licorice, cinnamon

cheese, sourdough

raisin, fig

Floral aromas found in the wine

violet, potpourri

Food Pairing with Secret Indulgence 'Tarot' Cabernet Sauvignon 2019

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