A review of the Educated Guess Cabernet Sauvignon from 2014. One of the better new, mass marketed wines I have come across in a while. There's a number of issues and reasons why making a Napa Valley Cabernet for around $20, is virtually impossible. I'll go into those, as well as why I think the folks behind this label might be uniquely suited to bring a high quality, cheap enough version of the varietal into people's homes.
What a comparative tasting looks like.
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Amazing Napa Valley Cabernet for the price. This is a fantastic value and one we recommend by the case.
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Duckhorn fans know a good thing when they see it. The Decoy line offers varietal wines like this lush Cabernet Sauvignon that the Duckhorn team creates with the same care and attention as their Napa Estate wines but at a price that no one can turn down. http://www.wineexpress.com/shopping/prod_detail/main.asp?productID=38630
Google Hangout On Air of National Drink Wine Day with Ceci Barretto of http://www.vinouslyspeaking.com, and Denise Clarke of http://texaswinegal.tumblr.com. We talk about Cabernet Sauvignon from California and Texas, Robert Parker's changes at The Wine Advocate, his impact on the wine world, Texas wine, and more. Yes the first few minutes are of us still getting set up. This is the first of what will hopefully become a monthly wine industry tasting and discussion of the wine world. I hope to grow this into something like This Week in Tech where tech industry people discuss tech.
The other day, I ran into an article from Food and Wine that talked about “exploring wine in 25 bottles.” Great concept, but didn't really hit home for me and my audience. It was way, way too expensive. To fix this issue, I created my own “exploration” list and included it below. If you can't find everything here near you, then just look for the closest thing to it. The idea is to taste the differences in the grapes, terrior, regions, etc. Food & Wine Article: http://www.foodandwine.com/wine/25-bottle-guide-wine-mastery Total Cost: $1,067 Comparison wines found at Total Wines & More: http://www.totalwine.com/ Total Cost: $468 Champagne ►F&W: $50 ►Mine: $36 (De Margeries Grand Cru Brut) California Chardonnay ►F&W: $23 ►Mine: $13 (Kendall Jackson Vintner's Reserve) Burgundy Pinot Noir ►F&W: $30 ►Mine: $15 (Jadot Bourgogne) Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon ►F&W: $75 ►Mine: $16 (Educated Guess) Bordeaux ►F&W: $40 ►Mine: $18 (Château Vrai Canon Bouche Canon-Fronsac) French Chardonnay ►F&W: $26 ►Mine: $11 (Bellecourt Vinyards) California Pinot Noir ►F&W: $44 ►Mine: $14 (Kendall Jackson) Chianti ►F&W: $24 ►Mine: $14 (Ricasoli Brolio Chianti Classico) Barolo ►F&W: $53 ►Mine: $25 (Rivata Barolo) Rioja ►F&W: $29 ►Mine: $10 (Cune Rioja Crianza) Sancerre ►F&W: $34 ►Mine: $18 (Romana Sancerre Blanc) New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc ►F&W: $31 ►Mine: $9 (Starborough, review: ) Sweet German Riesling ►F&W: $22 ►Mine: $13 (Robert Weil Riesling Trocken) Dry German Riesling ►F&W: $18 ►Mine: $12 (Leitz Ein Zwei Dry Riesling) Rhône Syrah ►F&W: $25 ►Mine: $16 (Delas Las Launes Crozes Hermitage) Australian Shiraz ►F&W: $28 ►Mine: $13 (Peter Lehmann Portrait Barossa) Rosé ►F&W: $32 ►Mine: $15 Bota Box Dry Rosé Merlot ►F&W: $50 ►Mine: $9 (Santa Ema Reserve) Australian Cabernet Sauvignon ►F&W: $45 ►Mine: $15 (Ring Bolt Margaret River Cabernet) Malbec ►F&W: $30 ►Mine: $6 (La Moneda Reserva at Walmart) French Chenin Blanc ►F&W: $30 ►Mine: $12 (Saget Peres & Fils Chenin Blanc Vouvray) California Mourvedre ►F&W: $26 ►Mine: $12 (Cline Ancient Vine Mourvedre) Natural Wine ►F&W: $28 ►Mine: $21 (Domaine Sainte Croix Carignan) Aged Wine ►F&W: $79 ►Mine: $33 (2006 Ramey Claret Napa) Truly Great Wines ►F&W: $195 ►Mine: $90 (Shafer Relentless Syrah Napa) If you like the video, remember to subscribe and click the bell enable notifications for when new videos are posted. Also, comment below if you have an idea for a review that you would like to see in a future video. Thanks! You can also find me on the sites below: ►Blog: http://www.wineonthedime.com ►Store: http://www.wineonthedime.com/shop ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wineonthedime/ ►Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/wineonthedime/ ►Twitter: https://twitter.com/WineOnTheDime Shot with my Canon T7i DSLR: https://youtu.be/H5W5jwkFsDk