2014 Poplar Grove The Legacy

 

VARIETAL: Red Blend 

REGION: Okanagan Valley 

COUNTRY: Canada

VINTAGE: 2014 

ALCOHOL: 14%

pH: 3.81

BOTTLE SIZE: 750 mL

44% Cabernet Franc, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot, 4% Malbec, 4% Petit Verdot Deep brick red in colour. The Legacy bouquet delivers alluring aromas of raspberries, fennel, and rose-mary. Black licorice and cassis greet the palate, while lush tannins of marzipan and cocoa develop with each sip. A soft yet structured mouthfeel is complimented with notes of blackberries and leather on the finish.

This age-worthy bordeaux inspired blend will become more expressive with time. Ready upon release or cellar up to 10 years.

AWARDS: 

First place at the 4th Annual Judgement of BC

2014 The Legacy a feature wine of the 41st Vancouver International Wine Festival

REVIEWS: 

Anthony Gismondi "This is an excellent follow up to the 2013, and the best tannin-managed Legacy yet. It’s never a powerhouse, which is a plus in my estimation, but the challenge is to get more than just a hedonistic bent because its the layering and complexity that will take this to another level, and closer to its asking price. The blend is dominated by cabernet franc at 44 percent with 24/24/4/4 cabernet sauvignon, merlot, malbec, and petit verdot in turn. It’s at its savoury best in 2014 with an almost voluptuous entry of black fruit, dried leaves, licorice and sagebrush. A stylish red that just leaves me only wanting more in the finish. Drink now or hold three to five years." 91 Points

Mike Stone, Sonoma County “Another strong showing from the north, WAY north, to BC, Canada for tonight's 

#sexybottleshot

. ✨The Legacy, from 

@poplargrovewinery

- a right-up-my-alley Bordeaux blend heavy on the Franc, and Cab Sauv. Wow, structure! This wine has me of two minds, first; find more, lay it down, this has the stuffing for long-term aging (but is lovely now, but be sure to give it air!), and; Holiday Feasting! This will stand up to ANY roast beast you may find on your holiday table, amazing dark fruits, herbs and silky tannins. You may not see this in a store down here in 'Murica. But the fine people of 

@kascadiawinemerchants


 can hook you up! Cheers! 🍷✨

#bcwine

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Winemaker Notes