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1999 Bryant Family - Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml
1999 Bryant Family - Cabernet Sauvignon
USA - California - Napa - Napa Valley
Red / Cabernet Sauvignon
1999 Bryant Family - Cabernet Sauvignon
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Professional Reviews


International Wine Cellar Author: Stephen Tanzer Issue: Issue 102

Full medium-deep ruby. Knockout nose of currant, roasted stone, tobacco, leather and smoked meat, all lifted by sexy oak tones. Lush, sweet and extremely concentrated, with the trademark seamlessness shown by Turley's wines of all varietal persuasions. Strongly minerally, with a complicating note of dried herbs. A horizontal wine that spreads out impressively on the palate; tannins are broad and sweet. Tasting these three vintages from youngest to oldest offered a fascinating illustration of how masterful elevage enables a wine from an outstanding site to grow in dimension and complexity. Certainly among the two or three stars of this vintage.

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Wine Advocate Author: Robert Parker Issue: 142

Readers wanting more structure and a Bordeaux-like tannin profile should check out the 1999 Cabernet Sauvignon. It is as close to a premier cru Bordeaux as Bryant may ever achieve. The tannin possesses a structure and astringency reminiscent of a young Bordeaux. The nose offers up scents of melted licorice, smoky barbecue, truffles, earth, blackberries, currants, coffee, graphite, and blueberries. It is more obviously muscular and less seductive than the 2000 or 2001, because the tannin is more aggressive. The finish is exceptionally long. The antithesis of the 2000, the 1999 will require patience. P.S. As this wine sat in the glass, its aroma brought to mind another wine ... the 1983 Palmer.

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Wine Spectator Author: James Suckling

Another offering loads of strawberry and blackberry aromas, with dried flower undertones. Fresh French oak. Full and chewy with in-line tannins and a vanilla, berry aftertaste. Closed, but slightly loosely knit.

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Community Reviews


tiberite Trust Rating: 95 Tasted On: 07/07/2010 Site Blog: mac_h

Young (From 2010 To 2020)


Jkbergmann Trust Rating: 93 Tasted On: 04/03/2009


winefolio Trust Rating: 81 Tasted On: 03/04/2009


Daniel B Trust Rating: 99 Tasted On: 10/20/2003 Drink Dates: 2014-2025

An atypical Bryant Family. Very stern and muscular with Indian spices (cardamom) and lurking dark fruits (rather than the typical blueberries and cream) in the nose. Reticent on the palate with deeply concentrated and structured yet diffuse fruit.

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