Bond 2014 Quella 1.5L

Bond 2014 Quella 1.5L
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Region: Oakville, Napa Valley

Blend: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon

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The Bond 2014 Quella is a captivating wine that reflects the unique characteristics of its terroir. The picking process for this vintage was condensed due to the warm summer and early fall weather, which accelerated the maturation of the fruit. The resulting grapes displayed remarkable balance and purity, prompting the decision to harvest the remaining parts of the vineyard to capture the site's freshness and energy. On the nose, enticing aromas of blue fruits and brambles evoke a sense of the ancient riverbed soils that shape this vineyard. On the palate, the wine reveals its elegance, with a gentle touch that glides effortlessly across the taste buds. The wine's broad and airy nature is accompanied by a fleeting moment of firmness, showcasing its subtle power. Despite the presence of slightly more power than usual, the tannins are remarkably soft and delicate, adding to the wine's overall finesse. The color of the wine is alluring, hinting at the depth and complexity that awaits. The Bond 2014 Quella is a testament to the site's exceptional quality and the meticulous craftsmanship that went into its creation, delivering a wine of finesse, complexity, and sheer pleasure.

Robert Parker - 96 Points

"Deep garnet-purple colored, the 2014 Quella is scented of blackberry preserves, fruitcake and crushed rocks with hints of cigar box, dried Provence herbs and Indian spices. Medium to full-bodied, it has a firm backbone of grainy tannins and great freshness lifting the black fruit and earth layers, finishing on a lingering mineral note."

Antonio Galloni - 96+ Points

"The 2014 Quella is showing beautifully. Floral and savory overtones give the wine its energy and tension. The 2014 has really come along over the last six months. Today it is vibrant and full of life, with an understated sense of power that is compelling. The 2014 has developed very nicely since I last tasted it, but it still has room to grow."