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Lewis Cellars 2002 Cuvée L

Tasting notes: A rich, creamy, gorgeously textured composition of dark-berry liqueur, cocoa, smoky chaparral, and sandalwood. Worth knowing: Randy Lewis, a former Formula Three racer, moved to Napa Valley in 1992 and founded Lewis Cellars. This family-run winery has established itself over the last 15 years as one of the most consistently impressive producers in the region.

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