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  • Linda Murphy
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  • Linda Murphy
8 Dec 2010

It is rare for California to have a mediocre Cabernet Sauvignon crop. Typical abundant sunshine, high summer temperatures and absence of rain during the growing season usually guarantee ripeness (and overripeness for some, who intentionally let the grapes hang too long, resulting in high alcohol levels and loss of varietal character in the…

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