Posts Tagged Arrowood

2013 Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon, Knight’s Valley

In the glass, this red sports an opaque, black/purple hue. Seductive scents of crushed boysenberry and raspberry sorbet play off of the wood aromas of clove and roasted coffee. Wisps of polished leather, paraffin, milk chocolate, and the perfume of... Read more

2011 Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County

Opaque crimson color. In the nose, woodspice, vanilla, cocoa powder, and menthol frame dried cherry fruit and other red and black berries. Furry, youthful tannins coat the palate, followed by a sweet impression that picks up licorice at the finish.... Read more

2013 Arrowood Chardonnay, Sonoma County

In the glass, it is a brilliant straw color. The nose is classic Arrowood – spicy oak, vanilla, and butter scents lead to ripe apple and plump tropical fruit, with just a touch of sweet citrus. It is expansive in the mouth, leaving a creamy... Read more

2010 Arrowood Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County

If you’re a fan of lamb served with mint jelly, this wine would make a tasty companion. With small amounts of Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot in the blend, this Cab exudes sweet, fleshy dark fruit — plum, cherry and a sharp note... Read more

Arrowood: The Legend, the Winery

By Glen Frederiksen One of the first Chardonnays I fell in love with back in the mid-1980s was the Robert Young bottling from Chateau St. Jean. I remember looking up the winemaker, to see who had crafted such a precise, beguiling wine. It was... Read more