Review: 2010 Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon Lodi

337 cabernet 81x300 Review: 2010 Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon LodiNoble Vines uses cryptic numerology to name its wines… but savvy wine drinkers will recognize these three-digit numbers as grape clone varieties, 337 being a French vine stock from Bordeaux.

Transplanted to Lodi, Noble Vines puts 337 to good use. It’s a very food-friendly wine, big raspberry and blackberry on the nose, with a dusting of allspice. The body is jammier than the nose would indicate, though it’s not so sweet that it loses its backbone. At $12 a bottle, it’s even harder not to like.

B / $12 / noblevines.com

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One Response to Review: 2010 Noble Vines 337 Cabernet Sauvignon Lodi

  1. I actually just tasted the cab, merlot and pinot noir this weekend at my liquor store. I’ve got to say that the pinot was a standout! It maybe the best $10 pinot I’ve ever had especially considering that most $10 pinot is undrinkable!

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