Gramercy Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon 2007

Recently named 'Best New Winery in America' by Food & Wine Magazine in 2010, Gramercy Cellars have been making waves in the wine geek world.  They have lots of cool press to that same affect, and the figurehead of the winery comes from several pedigreed Sommelier positions in New York City.  We may be a year behind the curve on this, but cheers to catching up.  It is worth noting that Cab is not the cornerstone of their operation, if you like this wine, make sure to have a look at some of the Syrah, Grenache etc that they do.

Gramercy Cellars' 2008 Cabernet is a medium to full bodied wine driven by acid and earth. It's an Old World wine with its roots in the New World. The first smells are of French herbs - rosemary, thyme and sage. Earthy aromas of gravel, pencil lead, chocolate and mushroom round out the nose, complemented by fruits of red currant, raspberry and fig. We are blown away by the length and elegance of this wine.

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