Inglenook Cask still gets my vote as the greatest California Cabernet ever made (see "The Inglenook Saga," cover Oct. 31, 2001). It's not an airtight, open-and-shut case. But Inglenook Cask, with its string of 31 magnificent vintages from 1933 to 1964, has a big lead even on today's top wines, most of which haven't proven that they can age nearly as well.
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