2021 Napa Valley
Cabernet Sauvignon

Capturing the diversity and complexity of this famed region with layers of blackcurrant, boysenberry, and graphite.

This wine shows deep ruby in hue with a bouquet of crushed violets, red currant, and black plum. A bounty of concentrated black fruits is featured on the palate, accompanied by dried herbs and cacao. Structured tannins provide this full-bodied wine with a unique depth along with a lively acidity that gives tension to a long, seamless finish.

Check out our featured recipe:
•  Grilled Skirt Steak with Shiso Chimichurri

2020 Accolades

93 pts, James Suckling
“A medium-bodied red with black berries and blackcurrants with some chocolate and walnut aromas and flavors. So delicious and velvety structured. Delicious finish. Drink or hold.” -James Suckling

Previous Vintages


  • 97% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Merlot
  • Hand-harvested at night
  • 5 day cold soak, 24 day maceration
  • Native & select fermentation
  • Barrel aged 18 months
  • 13% new oak
  • Minimal SO2 Additions
  • Bottled unfined

Napa Valley

By far the most famous appellation in California is the Napa Valley. Encompassing virtually all of Napa County as well as 16 distinct AVAs (American Viticultural Areas), this extensive valley system is home to the cradle of California’s viticultural history.



Napa Valley opens to the south where the climate is shaped by the maritime influences of the great San Pablo Bay. This regular influx of cool, damp air creates a meso-climate that is significantly different from that of the Northern reaches of the valley where the day’s heat can remain trapped and accumulates over the course of the summer growing season.

The other great influences on the climate of the valley are the mountains that frame its contours. With the Mayacamas Range separating Napa from Sonoma on the west and the Vaca range defining the valley’s eastern boundary there are many varied exposures, elevations, and soils here that have been deemed worthy of special attention.