Return to Glory

A vertical tasting of Martini Cabernet reveals generational change and new highs ahead

Return to Glory
A recent vertical tasting of 33 wines, starting with the 1956 (Courtesy of Louis M. Martini)
From the Nov 15, 2020, issue

Tasting seven decades of Martini Cabernets sourced from the estate's historic site reveals both generational change and a bright future.

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