Today’s Deal ~ 2013 Dry Creek Cabernet Sauvignon

$25.95/bottle or $19.95/bottle on 6+



Calling all cabernet fanatics…THIS is one for the ages!!!  We’ve got one heck of a deal on a true Sonoma County phenom…the 2013 Dry Creek Cabernet Sauvignon.  Sourced from the Hillside and Benchland Vineyards this baby drops to an EARTH-SHATTERING $19.95/bottle on six +…a Carpe Vino exclusive discount.

We’re literally chomping at the bit to offer this SCINTILATING, OPULENT, HIGH-SCORING (91 points Robert Parker) cab sauv to you today!  Dry Creek Winery is steeped in history as the first winery established in Dry Creek Valley after Prohibition, paving the way for all the others thereafter.  Dry Creek Valley wines are primarily known for zinfandel, but now it is considered the undiscovered country / hotbed for cabernet sauvignon. Due to the UNIQUE terroir, this region continues to produce BALANCED and REFINED wines that are more Bordeaux-like in structure, which is clearly evident in the 2013 Dry Creek Cabernet Sauvignon.

The DC Cabernet Sauvignon is REFINED, SILKY, and POWERFUL.  It is JAM-PACKED with DELICIOUS dark fruit flavors of BLACK BERRY and BLACK CHERRY.  Anyone who loves “BIG DOG” cabs will get a charge from this BEHEMOTH!  We’ve brought in a ton of this stunning wine so we could pass this BLOCKBUSTER deal on to you.  So, move “Usain Bolt-fast” and sprint to the BUY DRY CREEK CAB NOW button ASAP!!!

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Wine Advocate Notes: 91 Points “The 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon Hillside and Benchland Vineyards (aged 19 months in French oak) is a beauty. This serious Cabernet Sauvignon showcases just how good Cabernet can be from Dry Creek, although most readers would agree it is better known for Zinfandel. Dense ruby/purple, loads of black cherry, blackcurrant and dusty/loamy soil notes are present in this medium to full-bodied, concentrated and powerful wine. Alcohol is listed at 14.5%, but it may possibly be slightly higher. This is a blockbuster, full-bodied, impressively endowed Cabernet Sauvignon to drink over the next 20-25 years. ”