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#1 Post by John Cabot »

Cabot Vineyards is proud to be participating in our 12th Berserkerday. We are once again offering a variety of aged and newer wines that have been quietly resting in our winery since they were bottled. The Syrahs and Zinfandels are from our organically farmed estate hillside vineyards in the Klamath River Valley. Our Pinot Noirs we're offering are from the deep (cooler) end of Anderson Valley.

Heres our Berserkerday offer. CLICK HERE TO ORDER

Aged Syrah pack- $160

1 2007 Syrah- Klamath Cuvee 90.9 CT
1 2008 Syrah- Humboldt 90.6 CT
1 2009 Syrah- Kimberly's Vineyard 90.5 CT
1 2010 Syrah- Humboldt 90.4 CT
1 2012 Syrah- Kimberly's 90.3 CT
1 2012 Syrah- Marier Vineyard 91.3 CT

Newbie Syrah Pack $150

2 2016 Humboldt- 60% Marier, 40% Kimberly's
2 2016 Marier
2 2016 Kimberly's- 93% Syrah, 7% Viognier

Zin pack $120

1 2011 Zinfandel Marier 90.9 CT
1 2013 Zinfandel Marier Tributary 90.0 CT
1 2016 Zinfandel Marier Tributary
1 2016 Zinfandel Marier
2 2016 Zinfandel Humboldt

Anderson Valley Pinot pack $180

1 2011 PN- Nash Mill 90.9 CT
1 2012 PN- Anderson Valley 89.7 CT
1 2013 PN- Anderson Valley 90.3 CT
1 2013 PN- Nash Mill 90.8 CT
1 2014 PN- Anderson Valley
1 2016 PN- Anderson Valley

Ca shipping
$10 6 pack
$20 case

The rest of the US shipping
$20 6 pack
$40 case

For questions or special request please email me directly at johnjcabot3@gmail.com
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#2 Post by Dave McIsaac »

John,

Is there a link for ordering??
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Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 8:38 am John,

Is there a link for ordering??
http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

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Thank you! and ROTY!!!! I missed that
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#5 Post by I. Howe »

In for the Aged Syrah pack.
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#6 Post by brigcampbell »

LeeS wrote: January 26th, 2021, 9:09 am
Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 8:38 am John,

Is there a link for ordering??
http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

Thanks LeeS,

I put the link up in the offer! that should help.

BTW - one of the greatest syrah ever tasted was a bacon fat loaded Cabot. My wife bought it out of the trunk of John's car in a parking lot. True story. Todd French was there.

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#7 Post by Jeff_M. »

John,

Order in via PayPal although I want to change the ship to address. I will shoot you over an email with a different address.

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#8 Post by John Cabot »

I'm sorry you guys. I woke up to snow and no power. Just got the generator going and finally on line.
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brigcampbell wrote: January 26th, 2021, 10:13 am
LeeS wrote: January 26th, 2021, 9:09 am
Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 8:38 am John,

Is there a link for ordering??
http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

Thanks LeeS,

I put the link up in the offer! that should help.

BTW - one of the greatest syrah ever tasted was a bacon fat loaded Cabot. My wife bought it out of the trunk of John's car in a parking lot. True story. Todd French was there.
Thanks Brig. Just got the power back on. Nice morning for it to go out.🙄
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Jeff_M. wrote: January 26th, 2021, 11:02 am John,

Order in via PayPal although I want to change the ship to address. I will shoot you over an email with a different address.

Thanks
No problem Jeff. We'll make the change. Thanks for your order
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In for Zin!!
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Aged Syrah, easy purchase every year. Thanks John!
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How would you describe the style of the Syrahs? Very interested, but never had one before so figured I ask (relatively new here!). Thank you!
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#14 Post by Brian G r a f s t r o m »

brigcampbell wrote: January 26th, 2021, 10:13 am
LeeS wrote: January 26th, 2021, 9:09 am
Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 8:38 am John,

Is there a link for ordering??
http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

Thanks LeeS,

I put the link up in the offer! that should help.

BTW - one of the greatest syrah ever tasted was a bacon fat loaded Cabot. My wife bought it out of the trunk of John's car in a parking lot. True story. Todd French was there.
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#15 Post by Dave McIsaac »

In for the aged Syrah 6 pack. This is a no brainer and so good. I only have one left from last year.

PS - John, the price for this on check-out is $150 vs. the $160 listed in your offer. Feel free to charge me the $10 difference.

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#16 Post by John Cabot »

Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 12:24 pm In for the aged Syrah 6 pack. This is a no brainer and so good. I only have one left from last year.

PS - John, the price for this on check-out is $150 vs. the $160 listed in your offer. Feel free to charge me the $10 difference.

Buy this folks!
Oh.. I'll just leave it at $150. I appreciate the support over all these years.
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John Cabot wrote: January 25th, 2021, 4:02 pm Cabot Vineyards is proud to be participating in our 12th Berserkerday. We are once again offering a variety of aged and newer wines that have been quietly resting in our winery since they were bottled. The Syrahs and Zinfandels are from our organically farmed estate hillside vineyards in the Klamath River Valley. Our Pinot Noirs we're offering are from the deep (cooler) end of Anderson Valley.

Heres our Berserkerday offer. CLICK HERE TO ORDER

Aged Syrah pack- $150

1 2007 Syrah- Klamath Cuvee 90.9 CT
1 2008 Syrah- Humboldt 90.6 CT
1 2009 Syrah- Kimberly's Vineyard 90.5 CT
1 2010 Syrah- Humboldt 90.4 CT
1 2012 Syrah- Kimberly's 90.3 CT
1 2012 Syrah- Marier Vineyard 91.3 CT

Newbie Syrah Pack $150

2 2016 Humboldt- 60% Marier, 40% Kimberly's
2 2016 Marier
2 2016 Kimberly's- 93% Syrah, 7% Viognier

Zin pack $120

1 2011 Zinfandel Marier 90.9 CT
1 2013 Zinfandel Marier Tributary 90.0 CT
1 2016 Zinfandel Marier Tributary
1 2016 Zinfandel Marier
2 2016 Zinfandel Humboldt

Anderson Valley Pinot pack $180

1 2011 PN- Nash Mill 90.9 CT
1 2012 PN- Anderson Valley 89.7 CT
1 2013 PN- Anderson Valley 90.3 CT
1 2013 PN- Nash Mill 90.8 CT
1 2014 PN- Anderson Valley
1 2016 PN- Anderson Valley

Ca shipping
$10 6 pack
$20 case

The rest of the US shipping
$20 6 pack
$40 case

For questions or special request please email me directly at johnjcabot3@gmail.com
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#18 Post by John Cabot »

MikeL238 wrote: January 26th, 2021, 12:16 pm How would you describe the style of the Syrahs? Very interested, but never had one before so figured I ask (relatively new here!). Thank you!
Hi Mike. Our vineyards in Humboldt are considered cooler climate, but also our northern latitude makes for lower temperatures leading up to harvest so we get more savory characters, roasted meats, bacon, and pepper. We use no new oak at all and the wines generally have slightly higher acidity than a lot of our counterparts. Hope that helps.
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#19 Post by MikeL238 »

John Cabot wrote: January 26th, 2021, 12:34 pm
MikeL238 wrote: January 26th, 2021, 12:16 pm How would you describe the style of the Syrahs? Very interested, but never had one before so figured I ask (relatively new here!). Thank you!
Hi Mike. Our vineyards in Humboldt are considered cooler climate, but also our northern latitude makes for lower temperatures leading up to harvest so we get more savory characters, roasted meats, bacon, and pepper. We use no new oak at all and the wines generally have slightly higher acidity than a lot of our counterparts. Hope that helps.
Awesome, thanks for the note John!
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#20 Post by Peter Shurman »

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Happy to add the newbie syrah 6 pack! Order in.
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JPWilley wrote: January 26th, 2021, 2:03 pm Happy to add the newbie syrah 6 pack! Order in.
Good call. Ill say with 100% objectivity that those three 16 Syrahs are the best Syrahs, for my palate, that I've ever made. They're going to age very well.
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#23 Post by Mike Evans »

John Cabot wrote: January 26th, 2021, 2:26 pm
JPWilley wrote: January 26th, 2021, 2:03 pm Happy to add the newbie syrah 6 pack! Order in.
Good call. Ill say with 100% objectivity that those three 16 Syrahs are the best Syrahs, for my palate, that I've ever made. They're going to age very well.
Based on that comment and on how great the 2012 Marier and 2011 Humboldt Syrahs were, I couldn’t resist picking up a Newbie 6 pack.

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#24 Post by Todd F r e n c h »

brigcampbell wrote: January 26th, 2021, 10:13 am
LeeS wrote: January 26th, 2021, 9:09 am
Dave McIsaac wrote: January 26th, 2021, 8:38 am John,

Is there a link for ordering??
http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

Thanks LeeS,

I put the link up in the offer! that should help.

BTW - one of the greatest syrah ever tasted was a bacon fat loaded Cabot. My wife bought it out of the trunk of John's car in a parking lot. True story. Todd French was there.
I'll never forget 'bacon fat' Cabot Syrah. Unreal. Kimberly's, I think the vineyard was?
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#25 Post by tpetty »

In for a six pack - thanks!
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#26 Post by John Cabot »

Todd F r e n c h wrote: January 26th, 2021, 3:25 pm
brigcampbell wrote: January 26th, 2021, 10:13 am
LeeS wrote: January 26th, 2021, 9:09 am

http://www.cabotvineyards.com/2021Berserker.cfm

Thanks LeeS,

I put the link up in the offer! that should help.

BTW - one of the greatest syrah ever tasted was a bacon fat loaded Cabot. My wife bought it out of the trunk of John's car in a parking lot. True story. Todd French was there.
I'll never forget 'bacon fat' Cabot Syrah. Unreal. Kimberly's, I think the vineyard was?
Yes.. it was from the rockiest section of Kimberly's vineyard. It's like pure shale/schist with a ton of quarts. It always ripens first and has more of a red fruited character, with a ton of pepper and meat. I think I still have two bottles left.
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#27 Post by John Cabot »

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#28 Post by Todd F r e n c h »

John Cabot wrote: January 26th, 2021, 6:40 pm IMG_20210126_153623647.jpg
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#29 Post by Cris Whetstone »

Yes. The Bacon Fat bottling is legendary. The '06 Aria's is probably my all-time fav.

A couple things I dig about Cabot Syrahs are the forwardly secondary notes as discussed. These are not ultra ripe fruit forward Syrahs you get from lots of locales in CA. You also always notice the nice acidic core. Plus they age really slowly for those that like that. The '09 I open in May of last year still showed fairly primary.

If those characters are what you like you should also consider the Pinots. Similar build to the Syrahs. Sort of a cooler take than much of CA in Pinot Noir and nice secondary expressions. Also slow agers.

Was going to restrain but John dug deep on the aged Syrahs. Gotta get in.
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Cris Whetstone wrote: January 26th, 2021, 6:47 pm Yes. The Bacon Fat bottling is legendary. The '06 Aria's is probably my all-time fav.

A couple things I dig about Cabot Syrahs are the forwardly secondary notes as discussed. These are not ultra ripe fruit forward Syrahs you get from lots of locales in CA. You also always notice the nice acidic core. Plus they age really slowly for those that like that. The '09 I open in May of last year still showed fairly primary.

If those characters are what you like you should also consider the Pinots. Similar build to the Syrahs. Sort of a cooler take than much of CA in Pinot Noir and nice secondary expressions. Also slow agers.

Was going to restrain but John dug deep on the aged Syrahs. Gotta get in.
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#31 Post by Cris Whetstone »

Todd F r e n c h wrote: January 26th, 2021, 6:49 pm
Cris Whetstone wrote: January 26th, 2021, 6:47 pm Yes. The Bacon Fat bottling is legendary. The '06 Aria's is probably my all-time fav.

A couple things I dig about Cabot Syrahs are the forwardly secondary notes as discussed. These are not ultra ripe fruit forward Syrahs you get from lots of locales in CA. You also always notice the nice acidic core. Plus they age really slowly for those that like that. The '09 I open in May of last year still showed fairly primary.

If those characters are what you like you should also consider the Pinots. Similar build to the Syrahs. Sort of a cooler take than much of CA in Pinot Noir and nice secondary expressions. Also slow agers.

Was going to restrain but John dug deep on the aged Syrahs. Gotta get in.
Was it the cellar dig...or the hot tub pic?? [highfive.gif]
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#32 Post by J0seph S c h e n c k »

In for 3 aged syrah. These wines are ridiculous values

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#33 Post by Bobby Moy »

Wife and I just popped an '11 Cabot Syrah we picked up from BD11. Tastes perfect after a long day of Berserking. Great offer today sir!
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Bobby Moy wrote: January 26th, 2021, 7:47 pm Wife and I just popped an '11 Cabot Syrah we picked up from BD11. Tastes perfect after a long day of Berserking. Great offer today sir!
Thank you Bobby! Glad you enjoyed it.
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#35 Post by Doug Ackerman »

Love John’s wines
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#36 Post by T. Williams »

In for the aged Syrah. First time buyer pretty excited.

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#37 Post by John Cabot »

T. Williams wrote: January 27th, 2021, 8:23 am In for the aged Syrah. First time buyer pretty excited.

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#38 Post by Andrew Kotowski »

Couldn’t resist the aged pack. Looking forward to trying the wine!!!
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#39 Post by Keith St. Germain »

Excited to try the aged syrah pack - thanks for offering it!

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#40 Post by Mark Pecken »

In for the aged Syrah. Love these wines. Thanks, John.

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#41 Post by LeeS »

Only one bottle of aged syrah left from last year so had to get some more of those. Great offer.

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LeeS wrote: January 27th, 2021, 8:46 am Only one bottle of aged syrah left from last year so had to get some more of those. Great offer.
Thanks so much you guys. grouphug
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#43 Post by Dave McIsaac »

John Cabot wrote: January 26th, 2021, 2:26 pm
JPWilley wrote: January 26th, 2021, 2:03 pm Happy to add the newbie syrah 6 pack! Order in.
Good call. Ill say with 100% objectivity that those three 16 Syrahs are the best Syrahs, for my palate, that I've ever made. They're going to age very well.
Damn you John!!! neener Newbie syrah 6 pack added [cheers.gif]
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#44 Post by Sean T. »

First time buyer! Order in for the aged Syrah pack. Excited to try these out.
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#45 Post by Robert Ken »

In for a zinfandel and aged syrah 6 pack - really enjoyed the aged syrah from the last BD, so it's a no brainer to stock up again as I'm down to my last Syrah from you - I believe from the Kimberly Vineyards (those are next level).
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#46 Post by Brian G r a f s t r o m »

Order in. Thanks, John! [cheers.gif]
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#47 Post by John Cabot »

Thank you guys for the orders! And I want to make perfectly clear that we have a no questions asked replacement policy. If you're not pleased with a particular bottle, if it's corked or flawed in any way we will replace it. A lot of these wines are over 10 years old and are subject to flaw from cork closure. Please don't hesitate to email me directly. I want the opportunity to replace it. This includes bottles from the past that you've had that were flawed. Please don't be shy. Now is the time to hit me up. [thankyou.gif]
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#48 Post by J0seph S c h e n c k »

Order in for aged syrah. Awesome wines

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#49 Post by Amy R »

Dang! Got me with the aged Syrah's. First time buyer so really cool to see these older vintages come up! Just curious...for anyone who cares to answer...which wine and/or vintage should be drunk first? Which years could still use ageing? Thanks & cheers!
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#50 Post by brigcampbell »

you're gonna want to buy the 2012 Louis Roederer Champagne Brut Nature Rosé Cuvée Starck

best rose I've had and i'm a sparkling rose whore

zero dosage, perfect wine

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Celebrating a good sales day with a Roederer Rose in the hot tub. Looking forward to tomorrow. Thank you all for the support

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