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Ratings & Tasting notes:
98 points Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate
The 2006 Cabernet Sauvignon is stunning. A wine that is only now beginning to shed its tannin, the 2006 stands out for its vibrancy and energy. All of the classic Screaming Eagle notes are in the glass, but with a little more edge and cut than in most vintages. Sweet red berries, crushed rocks, flowers and spice box are alive in the glass. Over time, hints of sage, mint rosemary and pencil shavings add complexity. The 2006 is a decidedly cool-weather wine with less opulence than either the 2007 or 2009, but it is absolutely singing today. Another few years will only help the wine come together even more fully, but it is impossible to miss the 2006’s utterly breathtaking beauty. (AG) (12/2012)
95 points Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
Good full red-ruby. Slightly medicinal aromas of red berries, minerals, brown spices, menthol and tobacco leaf. Pliant, generous and sweet, with lovely depth to the red berry, plum and tobacco flavors. This subtly complex wine rises and expands on the very long back end, dusting the mouth with flavor. Still a bit youthfully tight and in need of patience. A superb vintage for this wine, and a fitting swan song for the “old style” of Screaming Eagle. The Cabernet Franc was left out of the wine because it was “too drying,” noted winemaker Andy Erickson, who made the final blend very late and bottled the wine last September. (ST) (6/2009)
Cask sample. Very dark purple. Velvety start, dry finish would sum up this luscious, distinctive liquid. Lush and plush on the nose – this seems richer than the 2004 with a nose of roasted earth. Still very neat, dry and refreshing on the palate. Very, very long yet appetising. Lovely complexity. Finely knit. Definitely not big, bad and OTT – this one really gets the gastric juices going. (19/20 points) (11/2007)
Stored in a climate controlled cellar on its side in the dark at 55 degrees F and 75% humidity since purchase.
Label: No Damage
Fill Level: Mid Neck
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Shipping Restrictions & Notes:
We can ship to ALL states EXCEPT the following:
ALABAMA, DELAWARE, KENTUCKY, MISSISSIPPI, OKLAHOMA, PENNSYLVANIA, SOUTH DAKOTA AND UTAH
We collect 7% sales tax in the state of Florida
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For all items with FREE shipping: Free shipping includes FedEx ground shipping at no charge within the Continental USA. Additional charges will be applied when shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico or anywhere else outside of the Continental USA. If you want to purchase the item and you live in such areas, you may do so and then request an invoice for the total. If you have already paid for the item we will send you an additional invoice for the difference in shipping. We realize this may be upsetting, but shipping to such areas is over double the cost of shipping within the Continental USA. eBay has not yet devised a system where the listing can automatically be free for the Continental US and calculated for the outer US states/territories. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience.
International wine shipments are totally at the discretion of the Buyer. International shipments are sent with an expedited method and usually take 3-5 days for delivery. However, with International Shipments there can be many delays associated with transit including customs procedures, flight delays, weather delays and others. Furthermore, Cult Wines International will NOT be held liable for international shipments in any way whatsoever. Should the package be spoiled, damaged, broken, lost or seized by customs, NO refunds will be given. If you are International Buyer, once you have paid for this item you are agreeing to these terms. If you have not yet paid or the item has not yet shipped, and you wish to cancel the transaction, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
The purchase of alcohol by persons under the age of 21 is prohibited by law. You must be at least 21 years old to purchase and receive wine. By purchasing wine listed by Cultwines on eBay, or otherwise placing an order with Cult Wines International, you are representing yourself to be at least 21 years of age. Cult Wines International reserves the right to verify proof of age before shipping. Someone over the age of 21 must be available to sign for the package upon delivery. Wine cannot be shipped to PO Boxes.
Holds on Wine Shipment during Summer Months:
Your wine will ship within 24 hours, or on Monday if you purchase on Friday, Saturday or Sunday. However, we will hold shipment of your order when requested, and keep your wine stored in our cellars until the weather is more suitable for wine shipment. To hold your order, please tell us in the “Comment” section of the order during checkout. Please also include the date which you would like us to ship. We will hold you wine for free for up to 5 months.
Combined Shipping Policy:
Most of our items have free shipping. However, if you purchase more than 2 bottles from us which do not have free shipping included, you will still get a discounted shipping rate of $5.00 flat for all of your bottles. If the combined shipping doesn’t total up automatically upon checkout, please contact us before paying and we’ll send you an invoice reflecting the shipping combined.
Exception: Our $5.00 combined shipping rate includes FedEx ground shipping at only $5.00 for 3 bottles or more within the Continental USA. Additional charges will be applicable when shipping to Hawaii, Alaska, Puerto Rico or anywhere else outside of the Continental USA. If you want to purchase the item and you live in such areas, you may do so and then request an invoice for the total. If you have already paid for the item we will send you an additional invoice for the difference in shipping. We realize this may be upsetting, but shipping to such areas is over double the cost of shipping within the Continental US. eBay has not yet devised a system where the listing can automatically be $5.00 for combined items in the Continental US and calculated for the outer US states/territories. We apologize in advance for this inconvenience.
Regardless of the date or temperature during shipping: Wine spoilage in transit is NOT covered. Expedited/overnight shipping or shipping insurance DOES NOT change this policy. When purchasing shipping insurance, remember that shipments are only covered for breakage during shipping or complete loss of the package. If you have purchased wine but are worried about heat spoilage or freezing temperatures, simply let us put the order on hold, and we will ship when you want.
If you decide to ship the wine during the summer months, heat can create the wine to expand and push past the cork. The wine may arrive with a tiny bit of wine that has seeped or leaked from the capsule. Some buyers may find this upsetting, but typically such short-term heat exposure creates no damage to the wine itself. However, older vintages can be more fragile than newer ones. Cool packs can be added to the shipment for a small fee should you request. This should prevent such seepage when combined with expedited shipping. Please remember, that slight leakage or seepage can be common during shipping and this is NOT a valid reason to return the wine for a refund, and we will NOT grant one. We have systems in place to prevent this. Either wait until the summer months or pay for expedited shipping with cool packs.
Cult Wines International also cannot guarantee the condition of the cork or quality of the wine in the bottles. We do not make the wine we sell. If you do not like the wine in the bottle, please take it up with the vineyard. On older vintages corks can shrink, and degrade. The cork may break or crumble when you remove it. This is normal for older wines. We do our best by storing the wine in optimum conditions and accurately describing the condition of the bottles, but obviously this is as far as we can go when it comes to quality assurance.
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