2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release

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Peterson House Sparkling 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release: A Decade of Elegance

Unveil the treasures of time with Peterson House Sparkling 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Museum Release—a wine that epitomizes the artistry of aging and refinement.

Winemaking Notes: Crafted through traditional bottle fermentation and tiraged in December 2013, this exquisite Cabernet Sauvignon has spent 1 year in barrel and an impressive 9 ½ years in the bottle, maturing into a true masterpiece.

Appearance: After a decade of aging, it still exhibits a vibrant plum color with an aged brick hue—a testament to its enduring vibrancy.

Bouquet: The aroma unveils subtle fruit notes intertwined with a hint of cigar box, setting the stage for a truly refined experience.

Palate: This museum release of our 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon reveals a wine that has gracefully aged, preserving the richness of dark chocolate notes while introducing an array of leathery, smoky, and savory characters. Dried fruit notes at the forefront seamlessly merge into a soft and smooth mid-palate, a result of its extended bottle aging. The tannins have evolved into a state of smooth integration. As you savor each sip, an oaky char, reminiscent of rum or port barrels, lingers to create a savory and deeply satisfying final impression. It's a wine that unfolds in complexity, truly worth the wait.

Food Suggestions: This wine is a treasure in itself, deserving to be savored alone or alongside a cheese or antipasto platter—a true indulgence.

Serving Temperature: To experience its full splendor, serve this sparkling Cabernet Sauvignon cold, at less than 4°C. For the perfect serving temperature, store it for 24 hours in a domestic fridge before opening, or leave it in wet ice for 2-3 hours.