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James Suckling
Peter Michael Winery, 2014 Peter Michael Cabernet Sauvignon 'Au Paradis'

99
"Extremely perfumed with iron, clay and currant character. Copper pennies and hints of steak. Then this turns to flowers, iodine and oyster shells. Full body that's juicy and defined by hefty blackcurrant flavors and real meatiness. Dark-chocolate and orange-peel undertones. Extremely long and flavorful. About three-fourths cabernet sauvignon with the rest being cabernet franc. Excellent follow-up to the 2013."
–Jan-17
Wine Advocate
Peter Michael Winery, 2014 Peter Michael Cabernet Sauvignon 'Au Paradis'

94
"Their newest vineyard acquisition in Oakville has produced the 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon Au Paradis, which used to be the Showket Vineyard on the red soils of the Oakville corridor near Dalla Valle, Rudd and Screaming Eagle. Aged in 100% Darnajou casks, this cuvée of 2,300 cases is a blend of 76% Cabernet Sauvignon and 24% Cabernet Franc. Pauillac-like in a somewhat Lynch-Bages style, this meaty, fleshy wine has plenty of crème de cassis, licorice, cedar wood and forest floor. It is full-bodied, opulent, and a beautiful example of Napa Cabernet Sauvignon that should drink well for 25-30 years."
–Oct-16
Wine Spectator
Peter Michael Winery, 2014 Peter Michael Cabernet Sauvignon 'Au Paradis'

93
"Though intense and assertive, there’s a charming suppleness to the texture, letting the flavors of dark berry, anise, baking spices and mocha glide along. Most impressive for the intensity and persistence on the finish. Best from 2020 through 2038."
–Jul-17
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2014 Peter Michael Cabernet Sauvignon 'Au Paradis'
Peter Michael Winery

Au Paradis is th eestate grown Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from the Oakville vineyard that was purchased in 2009. The wine itself is at least 75% Cabernet Sauvignon with the balance being Cabernet Franc. The red Aiken series soil of this vineyard site produces a meaty expression of these varietals. The name translates to “in heaven” and recalls a magical moment at a Michael Family campout on a hilltop in our vineyards. They awoke to discover a sea of fog below them and a bright new day above. The youngest grandson, then about six, asked, “Are we in heaven?”

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