TN: 2017 Cadence Coda (USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Red Mountain)

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Dale McClaran
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TN: 2017 Cadence Coda (USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Red Mountain)

#1 Post by Dale McClaran » April 26th, 2019, 10:53 am

  • 2017 Cadence Coda - USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Red Mountain (4/26/2019)
    Decanted at breakfast - bout 10 hrs of air. After the immediate pop of juicy black cherry, this quickly shows its cab franc hand, though its only 25% of the blend (45% merlot - 23% Cab Sav - 7% petite verdot) - as lots of spicy, slightly stocky notes are balanced by some lovely red fruit - more elegant than previous Coda vintages, perhaps 17 was a cooler vintage? At any event, this is drinking well to no surprise, but should age well if one wanted to lay some down. I tend to drink my Coda’s Early and let the single vintage stuff rest for a decade plus. (90 pts.)
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Re: TN: 2017 Cadence Coda (USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Red Mountain)

#2 Post by Jared Wagner » April 26th, 2019, 11:07 am

Dale,

Sounds like a very good vintage for the Coda. I wish Ben would creep that CF percentage even higher!

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Re: TN: 2017 Cadence Coda (USA, Washington, Columbia Valley, Red Mountain)

#3 Post by john stimson » April 26th, 2019, 9:46 pm

On quick read, I thought you said decanted for breakfast, which I thought was pretty brazen.

Since Coda is pretty much the left-overs, it's not always possible to pick a CF percentage, and since CF is Ben's favorite, a lot of it goes into the other wines.

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