The 14.5% alcohol, the under $25 cost, and a Dionysian score of 17+ out of 20, makes this 2012 Kenwood Cabernet Sauvignon from the Jack London Vineyard on Sonoma Mountain a smart buy. It’s only five years old and showing well. I don’t expect it to age like Bordeaux, but it will go another five years.
Smooth, soft tannins, and black fruits of black cherry and some blueberry make this an easy drinking wine to share before or during a meal. In Vino Veritas.