That’s too bad, Serge, because my experiences with that wine range from very good to spectacular. Here are notes from March 2005:
"For dinner we shared a 1994 Cabernet Sauvignon, Mount Veeder ‘Napa Reserve’. The wine was spectacular, showing a rich fragrance of black cherries, chocolate, light truffle and toast. On the palate lengthy, silky, well knitted flavors, seamlessly integrated with acid and tannin.
At that time, it was one of the best wines I had ever had. I have had it on at least 3 different occasions, one purchased on the secondary market, and the one above and the second occasion from the same cellar and purchased upon release. Provenance?