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The 2009 Rockledge The Rocks is Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa Valley in California and the ABV is 14%. The 2010 Pyren Broken Quartz is Cabernet Sauvignon from the Pyrenees region in Australia and the ABV is 12.5%.
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2009 Rockledge Cabernet Sauvignon The Rocks
"Good deep red-ruby. Cool aromas of blueberry, crushed rock, licorice and violet. Broad, sweet and fine-grained, with a pliant texture and good depth to the flavors of dark berries, chocolate and mint. The tannins are tongue-dusting but sweet and the finish nicely persistent. It's hard to find suave California cabernet at this price." 90 Pts Stephen Tanzer - International Wine Cellar
"Rockledge Vineyards is located 600 feet above the Napa Valley floor in the eastern part of the St Helena AVA. The vineyardâs slope is up to 25% and has a southwest exposure. Peter and Linda Snowden founded Rockledge in 1998, and hired winemaker Mike Hirby in 2003."
"Mr. Hirby works with vineyard manager Steve DeLoera and consultant Doug Hill. The Cabernet Sauvignon vines are comprised of a variety of different clones grafted onto carefully selected rootstocks based on the soil and the desired effect." -Calwineries.com
2010 Pyren Cabernet Broken Quartz
"Bright crimson-purple. The bouquet is very fragrant and pure, but underlines the question posed by the low alcohol: will the flavours be ripe? Well, it's on the cusp, but has so many good things going for it that it must get the benefit of the doubt. It is beautifully detailed, pure and harmonious, finishing with those dusty/earthy tannins unique to cabernet. Give it some time, as much as you can, up to 10 years." -94 Pts James Halliday - Australian Wine Companion
"Cabernet is considered by many in the Pyrenees to be the regions strongest performing variety. Our Broken Quartz Cabernet is sourced from the highest point in Block C. This fruit generally produces a wine that is around 13% alc/vol. This allows for an elegant wine in style with typical varietal and regional character." -Winery
"Pyren Vineyard is a small-scale, family focused producer of cool-climate wines. We are located on the slopes of the picturesque Warrenmang valley, in The Pyrenees region of Victoria, Australia. Established in 1999 by the Joy family and partners, the 80 acre vineyard has consistently produced low, concentrated yields of high quality fruit." -Winery
This was also rated 88 points by the Wine Spectator and International Wine Cellar.