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Black Hills Nota Bene 2006

Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, CanadaThis note comes from a 17-wine vertical tasting held in Osoyoos, British Columbia on Saturday September 30. Each of the bottles tasted were in good physical condition although clearly some of the older, formative years are now past their best. Working through 17 vintages of Nota Bene makes it clear that better viticulture, older grapes vines, new facilities and better wine knowledge has improved the all-round quality of the current Nota Bene labels when compared to its humbler beginnings. The 2006 has the benefit of a new winery being added to the mix. It’s a cooler year and those tarry Barolo notes are everywhere. This is old Bordeaux with bit of brettanomyces and smoky, meaty, tobacco, savoury notes. Perfect for roast lamb. The 2006 mix is a 47/37/16 blend of cabernet sauvignon / merlot and cabernet franc at 14.7 percent alcohol. Winemaker Senka Tennant.Tasted: 04 November 2017Tasted by: Prices:
BC$43.00750ml$43 was the release price.
Producer: Black Hills Estate WineryDistributors: Andrew Peller Import Agency
Blend: Cabernet Sauvignon - Merlot - Cabernet FrancCSPC: 708073UPC: 062990061533