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| WINEMAKER & MISC.2001Food & Wine Magazine
October 2004 - The Wine IssueInterview with Michael Marston about Spring Mountain
Reds: A Global Guide to What's New
Bottles to buy -"The 2001 Marston Family Vineyard Cabernet is a seductive wine that is loaded with sweet black-currant flavor and velvety tannins." Click here
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93 Points Marston Family Vineyard, 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon
Spring Mountain District, Napa ValleyWine News
Marston Family Vineyard, 2002 Cabernet Sauvignon
Spring Mountain District, Napa Valley97 PUBLISHER’S PICK
The panel awarded the 2001 95 points, yet the ‘02 is even better. Inky, intense purple hue. Bursts of mint and blueberry aromas followed by plum, coconut and olive scents. A prototypical mountain Cab with layers of cherry, plum, and mineral flavors that kept improving with air. Polished tannins and crisp acids elevate the hillside fruit. $80/500 cases.Wine & Spirits
Cabernet Issue, October, 2004
93 Points Marston Family Vineyard, 2001 Cabernet Sauvignon.
Marston Family Vineyard was the featured wine of the cover of the October Cabernet issue, "The New Names in Napa Valley".
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