Today’s Deal ~ 2015 Vindicated Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA)

$24.95/btl or $19.95/btl 6 +


Napa Valley Cabernet Lovers, this is a drop what you are doing RIGHT NOW kind of OFFER!!!  No smoke & mirrors, just a flat-out BOLD, DELICIOUS, and UNADULTERATED juice from famed winemaker Greg La Follette:  the 2015 Vindicated Cabernet Sauvignon.  We jumped at the opportunity to score TEN cases of this baby sight unseen.  A brazen move one might say but we knew with this kind of pedigree, it was going to be a “gimme!”  Especially when you can swoop it up for $19.95/bottle on 6+!!!

Vindicated Wines pays homage to the pioneering spirit of California and its first grape growers/winemakers who believed that making world class wines was totally attainable.  At the helm is Greg La Follette whose early winemaking experiences began at Beaulieu Vineyards.  It was there under the tutelage of the “godfather” of winemaking, André Tchelistcheff, where he honed his skills in making some of California’s best wines, specifically cabernet sauvignon.  La Follette is also linked to many other storied and acclaimed wineries that include De Loach and Kendall Jackson, as well as being the founding winemaker at Flowers Vineyards.

Okay, Okay, Okay…let’s get down to brass tacks!  The 2015 Vindicated Cabernet Sauvignon is simply magnificent!  If you want a POWERFUL wine that isn’t OVERBLOWN with unctuous amounts ripe fruit, then this IS for you!  It is WELL-BALANCED and STRAIGHTFORWARDmeant to be ENJOYED today by the wine fan who LOVES a hearty cab and doesn’t want to shell out oodles of cash to attain it.


2015 Vindicated Cabernet Sauvignon (Napa Valley, CA)

24.95/bottle or $19.95 on 6+ bottles

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Winery Tasting Notes:

“Great varietal presence greets you with aromas of cassis and briary berry that is perfectly framed by lacy French oak vanilla with a touch of dustiness. In the mouth, the wine shows firmness and balance with bold berry fruit and finely matched acidity, leading to a long finish. This wine will age beautifully for the next several years, but why wait?”