The 2011 Knights Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has aromas of ripe blueberry, blackberry, maple and nutmeg. Notes of currants, sassafras, and bright red fruits emerge from a dense core of fruit, accented by juicy acidity and a pretty finish.
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The 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon Knights Valley is once again one of the most distinctive wines in the Beringer portfolio. Graphite, incense, smoke, crushed rocks and dark plums meld together in the glass. Intense savory and nuanced, the 2011 stands out for its complexity and pedigree. The Knights Valley Cabernet is one of the very finest California wines readers will find in its price range. Beringer skipped their Reserve Cabernet in 2011; all the best fruit went into the straight Knights Valley bottling, of which there are a whopping 70,000 cases to go around.