Made from a vineyard on Pritchard Hill, Harrison’s 1993 Cabernet Sauvignon reveals some aggressive oak that bordered on being excessive. Otherwise, it possesses impressively extracted, rich, black-cherry and cassis flavors intertwined with hints of Provencal herbs. The wine is medium to full-bodied, spicy, rich, moderately tannic, and well-made. If it develops more complexity and the oak becomes better integrated, it may rate an outstanding rating. Robert Parker 88-90
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