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Lyeth Cabernet Sauvignon L de Lyeth 750ML 2013
Sku: 02925
Sonoma County, one of California's most prestigious and historic wine-producing regions, provides the superior fruit used in L de Lyeth Cabernet Sauvignon. Meticulously blended from carefully s ...more
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Country: United States
Region: California
Sub-Region: Sonoma County
Grape Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon
Type: Still wine
Reg. $11.99
20% off - You pay $9.59
Buy Lyeth Cabernet Sauvignon L de Lyeth
Color: Crimson red.

Nose: Delicious, complex hints of plum, cherry, blackberry and truffle.

Palate: Rich and concentrated with layers of juicy plum, black currant and coffee nuances. A gorgeous, medim-bodied wine that finishes with polished tannins allowing the ripe fruit flavors to show through.


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Sonoma County, one of California's most prestigious and historic wine-producing regions, provides the superior fruit used in L de Lyeth Cabernet Sauvignon. Meticulously blended from carefully selected grapes to display the unique qualities of the varietal.
Food pairing
Pairings: Grilled meats, leg of lamb, spare ribs and hard cheeses such as Parmigiano and Romano.

Producer
Established by Chip Lyeth in 1981, Lyeth was one of the first wineries in California to pursue the unique complexity and composition achieved by the marriage of Cabernet Sauvignon with the other major Bordeaux varieties, now known as the Meritage style. The term "Meritage" (prounouced like "heritage") is a combination of the words "merit" and "heritage". Lyeth became a founding member of the Meritage Association in1988, which created the Meritage concept as a means of identifying blends produced in the Bordeaux style. Today it continues the tradition of blending family and tradition in its wines, winning praise from critics and consumers worldwide.