Review: 2010 Cenyth

Review: 2010 Cenyth

Cenyth Bottle ShotCenyth is a Sonoma County bottling from Jackson Family Wines, a Bordeaux style wine that offers a wildly different composition every year. For 2010 it’s 54% merlot, 34% cabernet franc, and 12% cabernet sauvignon. This wine is drinking very old – it feels like something from the turn of the century, not just five years ago — with strong balsamic notes, heavy earth and mushroom – very old world in structure. Aged fruit notes endure, along with some black pepper and clove elements. The finish is a bit watery and, sadly, played out.

Pretty label, at least.

C+ / $60 /

2010 Cenyth




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