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Those who know me, know I am a big fan of Pina wines. I am drinking this Wolff Vineyard cabernet, one of many that they make at Pina. Only cabs, 100% no blending ALL CAB.

The color is nice, dark garnet as expected. The nose is light, fruits of black berry, plums and light spice. The first sip is nice, easy to take. Not big fruity cab. It drinks
smooth with a mild fruit, more plum than black berry but its there and oak, a little light toast and lighter spice. The finish is a light tannin, but lasts. While writing this,
I wanted to say that it should be bigger. However it’s lasting well on the palate, up front on under the lip.

I just ran it through the Vinturi for some air, after being open two hours now. There is my fruit still a nice plumb more of the black berry, a little juicy now and the tannins I
have been waiting on. I smile just came out and now I am drinking a Pina cabernet.  What does this tell us, some wines need air, decanting, however you want to do it. 2006 for a
vineyard like Pina is young, needing time. All said and done it’s a solid 89 wine. Without the big big fruits, I am thinking a few years will be OK.