For over 100 years, Beaulieu Vineyard has been one of the benchmark premium Napa Cabernet producers. They’re meticulous in their process, have an absolutely insane state-of-the art production facility and traditional minimalist vineyard practices that have been perfected over the decades into an exact science. In Calistoga, Carnernos and beyond, Beaulieu vineyards are world-renowned for their beauty, their remarkable terroir and the phenomenal wines that consistently come out of these extraordinary places.
They built this reputation slowly and carefully- earning every accolade you can think of along the way. Rarely has any wine been added or subtracted from the BV portfolio – what you see is what you get, and it’s usually fantastic.
In 2019 though, the winery raised their level completely. The new releases are out of this world. Today’s Napa Valley Cabernet is isn’t just on Wine Spectator’s ‘Top Values of 2022’ list, it’s Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine Value of the Year!
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92 Points, James Suckling
Redcurrant and tile with some clove. Dark stone, too. Medium-bodied with some fresh herbs and dried thyme. Medium, ripe tannins. Fresh, creamy finish. A blend of 93% cabernet sauvignon with petite sirah and cabernet franc. Drink or hold.
92 Points, Wine Spectator
Fresh, direct and focused, with red currant and cherry coulis notes that race through, dotted with savory, floral and tobacco accents. Judicious toast lets the fruit play out, and there’s solid energy throughout. Drink now through 2030.
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