Raeburn Winery, producer of Sonoma County wines, has announced the release of its inaugural Cabernet Sauvignon.
Founded in 2014, Raeburn Winery is a Certified California Sustainable Winery.
The 2021 Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon joins Raeburn Winery’s Sonoma County Chardonnay, Russian River Pinot Noir and Provençal-style Rosé.
“Our Cabernet Sauvignon nose opens with ripe blackberry fruit and a touch of bramble. Flavors of juicy blackberry and black cherry are complemented with a full mouthfeel, lush tannins and a long, persistent finish,” says Raeburn Winemaker Steven Urberg. “2021 was an excellent harvest with ideal growing conditions. We are very pleased with the superb concentration of character in this wine.”
With a suggested retail price of $24.99 per 750-ml. bottle, Raeburn Winery’s Cabernet Sauvignon is now available at national retailers, and raeburnwinery.com.
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Author: Kyle Swartz