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The flagship wine at Caymus Vineyards and one of the premier American Cabernet Sauvignon bottles in the marketplace: the Special Selection Cab. We were hoping to get our hands on a few cases, but they were only able to give us seven bottles. A ‘special’ price today for a wine that most people spend years on the sidelines waiting to get their hands on. Don’t miss out!
This Cabernet Sauvignon-based blend, a rich, teeth-staining wine, which delivers way more power, fruit and finish than any other sub-$25 Cabernet that I have tasted. This is juicy, powerful Cabernet, displaying the concentration and length generally found in bottles twice its price (because the juice IS in bottles twice its price).
100 points, JS; 99 points, RP
Not Eligible for Further Discount The 2016 Continuum Proprietary Red is the product of absolutely perfect weather conditions for the Mondavi’s in their Pritchard Hill mountain vineyard. A deeply concentrated gem of a wine worthy of its 100 points from wine critic, James Suckling and 99 points from Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate. Limited quantity.
Robert Foley’s Shelter Cabernet Sauvignon gets released after years of both barrel and bottle aging once they’re finally deemed ‘ready’ by the master himself. Not starving for money or fame, Foley holds the wine back out, aging graceful, smooth blends of Napa Cabernet from some of the same vineyard sites he uses to make his signature wines.
92 Points, Wine Spectator
With their access to an abundance of the best vineyards in the most choice AVAs in the valley, the Wagner’s set out to make Quilt– a Cabernet blend from a patchwork of the top sites in Napa (Oakville, St. Helena, Coombsville, Atlas Peak, Calistoga and Howell Mountain). The 2017 is a massive, show stopping Cabernet, a seamless blend that earned a rave 92-point review from the Wine Spectator in their most recent report.
The Mascot is a blend of Harlan, Bond and Promontory barrels, Cabernet Sauvignon from some of the most spectacular vineyards in the Napa Valley. It’s a bit steep, a Saturday nighter for sure. But when you consider Harlan Estate goes for about $1000 a bottle and Bond and Promontory come in around $500, the Mascot almost looks like a Tuesday nighter. Almost..