According to Robert Parker - "The 2012 Cabernet Franc Two-Fourteen is the clone, which is of Loire Valley origin. A real juicy, crunchy style of wine with lots of color, lots of fruit (berries, cherries and pomegranate), the wine is medium-bodied, appealing, soft and certainly and ideal bistro style of red to drink boisterously with a plate of charcuterie. Not the most complex wine, but it indeed does have a certain Loire Valley affinity in its aromatics and flavor profile. Drink it over the next 5-6 years."
According to Wine Enthusiast - "There’s welcome austerity to this wine, which expresses the temperamental variety with class and composure. Herb, sage and cedar wrap themselves around a leathery mid-section, carried through by sharply etched acidity and a peppery finish."
According to Connoisseurs Guide - "There is a certain Chinon-like sensibility to this very well crafted wine, even while it shows a bit of California richness and fruity muscle, and it ranks as one of the more inviting and mannerly west coast Cabernet Francs to be found."
Winemakers Notes - "The aromas are expressive of violet, dark chocolate and cherry; the varietal purity of the flavors on the palate are expansive and long lasting. This wine, elegant and balanced, will stand the test of time." 13.8% ABV.