2011 Steven Kent Premier Cabernet Sauvignon

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Pulled this wine from the cellar after eight years. This wine represents the best Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in the Livermore, California vineyards that Steven Kent Mirassou can assemble. It is 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and always a phenomenal wine. Pulled this out of the cellar last night wanting a special treat. On the eyes the purple hue beamed royalty and uniqueness with its coloring being crisp with clarity. It possessed a medium viscosity. On the nose, red fruit filled the olfactory senses coupled with medium oak tones. On the palate, this wine shined with hints of cocoa & expresso and provided a rich and dense fluid of cherries, vanilla and soft pipe tobacco. The tannins and structure were still strong enough after almost 10 years to provide an elegant and velvety feel, yet structured with a long lasting finish. This wine provided both mouth filling satisfaction as well as an opulent Cabernet Sauvignon.

Steven Kent Mirassou continues his outstanding work with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes in Livermore. For another story on his development and quest to make excellent wines read the following:


If you have not experienced a “top notch Cabernet Sauvignon” from Livermore, check out his Single Vineyard Series, Premier Series or Lineage for a special treat!






One thought on “2011 Steven Kent Premier Cabernet Sauvignon

    Steven Mirassou said:
    May 13, 2021 at 12:02 am


    Thank you so much for the kind words! 2011 was a difficult vintage given how cold and rainy it was at harvest. It’s one of my favorites because of that difficulty, and because we were able to make wines that are a little leaner, more acid-driven, more ageworthy and delicious because of it. Cheers!


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