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2007 Groth Cabernet

WendyE Jan 6, 2011 08:20 PM

Yummy! Got a bottle as a Christmas present. 93 on Wilfred Wong's list. BTW, how do you all feel about Wong's list?

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    tito Jan 7, 2011 11:04 AM

    I don't know about Wilfred Wong, but I had a Groth 2007 last week and it was quite yummy.

    I think it will benefit with another few years of bottle age if you can wait...........

    1. Midlife Jan 7, 2011 01:34 PM

      I like Wilfred but he has a tough job appearing neutral as BevMo's in-house reviewer. Still............. I'd love to have that job!

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      1. re: Midlife
        WendyE Jan 7, 2011 06:20 PM

        @Midlife: Right? @tito: Too late! Opened and almost empty . . . :)

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        sedimental Jan 8, 2011 02:39 PM

        The 1997 is very nice. You "kids" need some patience ;)

        1. Midlife Jan 8, 2011 05:47 PM

          Groth has made a significant comeback from some major vineyard issues I remember them having about 10 years ago. I always used to love their Cab and then I remember they had to replant some vineyards and it took a while to get re-established. They also make a pretty nice Sauvignon Blanc, though I still don't really get why people grow SB on such expensive land in Napa. Glad they do though.

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          1. re: Midlife
            Bill Hunt Jan 10, 2011 07:42 PM

            Their Napa SB is one of my favs. with sushi. Good fruit, and well-balanced. Stands up to any heat from the wasabi, any salt in the shoyu sauce, and goes well with the seafood. That is my go-to wine for sushi, and when I see it on a restaurant's wine list, I feel that someone really did taste the wines with the food.

            Also goes well with most tempura, should one deviate a bit.


          2. Bill Hunt Jan 10, 2011 07:39 PM

            Is this the Napa Oakville, or the Red Stripe? Either should be quite good, though the Red Stripe might benefit from a few more years in the cellar.

            Do not know Wilfred Wong.



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