Shafer TD-9 Napa Valley Red Blend 2017 Default Title


Shafer TD-9 Napa Valley Red Blend 2017

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92/100 Points, Wine Spectator

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The Shafer TD-9 Napa Valley Red Blend is a Wired For Wine staff favorite, and frequent fixture on our table at home. It's one of those wines that we don't think has gotten it's fair shake in the ratings department, but that doesn't matter to us; this wine drinks like a pricey Napa Cab, only more approachable and versatile. It is a dark, dense, delicious Napa blend that we can't get enough of. Steaks on the grill, duck confit over a bed of warm lentils tossed with dijon vinagrette, traditional fettucine bolognaise, spaghetti and meatballs and pan-seared rib lamb chops with curry-roasted vegetables are just some of the things we've had it with, and we're going to make that list a lot longer. This is good stuff.

Wine Spectator: "Rich and full of dense and spicy dark plum, dried blackberry and mocha flavors. Dark chocolate and smoky notes show on the ripe finish, with dried savory herbal accents. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. Drink now through 2023." Feb 2020

Winery: "This juicy red blend is loaded with vivid summer fruit – red plum, red cherry, black cherry, and strawberry – along with rhubarb, spice, and red licorice. All this tantalizing freshness comes with energy and ripe tannins for a long, luscious finish.” ~ Shafer winemaker Elias Fernandez

The 2017 Growing Season: "A lengthy, warm summer allowed the fruit to hang in near ideal conditions for a long, long time producing clusters of fruit with vivid color, unrivaled flavors, and enticing aromas."

750ml, cork
Varietal 58% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Malbec
Aging 20 months in 60-gallon French oak barrels
Region Stags Leap District and Napa Valley, California

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