Most To Kalon Cabs Sell For $80+ But This One Is Just $39.99
The primary source of fruit for the Mondavi "Oakville" Cabernet is the To Kalon vineyard, which is one of the finest vineyards in all of Napa. To Kalon is the source of fruit for a number of great Napa Cabernet Sauvignon from the likes of Paul Hobbs, Carter Cellars, Tor, and Schrader. A couple of Schrader’s highly coveted To Kalon Cabs from 2007 even scored 100 points from the Wine Spectator. Many of these wines sell for $80 and up. The 2009 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon "Oakville" is a bargain at $39.99, half the price of most other To Kalon Cabernets.
The 2009 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon "Oakville" is an explosive Napa Cabernet with great concentration, black currant fruits, crème de cassis, ripe blackberries, mocha, with great balance and structure on the finish.
At only $39.99, the 2009 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon "Oakville" is a great value, with $1 per bottle shipping on any order of 6 or more!
Wine Enthusiast 94 Points
Dry, smooth and distinguished. Shows Mondavi’s ability to get the grapes ripe in blackberries and currants, yet the fruit pulls back at the last moment, letting earthy, herbal notes take over, providing complexity and endless pleasure. The tannins are pure Oakville—sweet, soft and supple. Drink this elegant, balanced wine over the next six years. Editors’ Choice. —S.H. June 2012 Issue