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2014 Cobalt Cabernet Sauvignon lntroduction

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Happy New Year! Along with wishing everyone a wonderful and safe New Year, here at Cobalt Wine we are excited because it is our signal that is time to introduce our newest vintage, the 2014 Cobalt Wine!

A shared passion for excellence brought together Pack St. Clair, a respected boat builder, and Steve Sherwin a respected vintner. One day, in the cellar at Sherwin Family Vineyards over a glass of red wine, they decided to create something special for you to enjoy.

The Cobalt 2014 was aged for 23 months in French Oak, then another 2 years in the bottles, and is now ready for release. This wine exhibits lush, dark mountain fruit with subtle hints of mocha and baking spices framed by a well-integrated oak and tannic structure. It is drinking beautifully now and will continue to age gracefully for years.

We would like to take this opportunity wish our customers once a again Happy New Year, and as a special “Thank You” to those who would like to purchase our newest vintage, the 2014 Cobalt Cabernet, we would like to offer you 12 bottles of our 2014 750ml Cobalt Wine for the price of 11 bottles. This will be a limited time offer on our 2014 Vintage. Place your order now and take advantage of this special offer on our newest release, the Cobalt 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon.

We always like to extend a special invitation to each of you to visit Sherwin Family Vineyards on the beautiful Spring Mountain outside of St Helena, California. Steve and his team are always happy to meet you and give you a tour of the winery and let you taste the wines. Mary Ann, at 918-782-2752, will be happy to assist you in making arrangements for your visit to Sherwin Family Vineyards.

Along with wishing everyone a safe and wonderful New Year, I want to say “Thank You” for your continued support of Cobalt Wine and I know that you will enjoy our newest vintage, the 2014 Cobalt Cabernet Sauvignon.

Cheers and Best Wishes for a Wonderful and Safe New Year! 

Pack St Clair


P.S. I have never seen Steve as excited about a new vintage as he is this year's 2014!