America’s most iconic Cabernet brand, Caymus, returns with their new Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that gives you everything that you want from a Napa Valley Big Red Cab.
Year in, year out, Caymus’ Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is absolutely fantastic. The “secret sauce” is really just that there are no bad vintages. The Wagners’ commitment to making great Cabernet is second to none and so are their resources.
With access to arguably the very best vineyards in each of their choice AVAs throughout the valley, the Wagner Family cherry picked the grapes for their newly released 2021 Napa Valley Cabernet from 8 of the valley’s 16 AVAs – contracts they’ve been quietly nurturing for years. It’s a huge wine- rich and opulent with mountains of juicy black fruit, currants and a lingering cocoa finish.
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Great with a large steak, a leg of lamb or a nice poultry dish.
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95 Points, Decanter
The Gaja family first started releasing this great Brunello in 2015 and doesn’t make it in every vintage, only the ones they deem excellent. It’s a classic Brunello with a light garnett hue. The nose boasts red fruits and Mediterranean herbs with a hint of rosemary and thyme. On the attack, there are Bing cherry notes along with plum and cocoa notes at the back of the palate. It’s a well-balanced wine, but it is still such a baby at the moment. It will reward those with patience but should have another 20-30 years of agebility easily.
2019 WE CS #7
97 Points, James Suckling – 96 Points, Jeb Dunnuck
Their beloved Napa Valley Cabernet comes from a who’s who of the best vineyard sites in Napa. It’s a seamless Cabernet blend sourced from Oakville, Stag’s Leap, Diamond Mountain, St. Helena, Calistoga, Oak Knoll and the winery’s estate fruit in Yountville.
Opus One due to the massive demand for the iconic wine has ballooned in prices to nearly $700/bottle. For that reason, I have no problem suggested the lights out second wine from this epic winery – the Operture. Overture is a multi-vintage cuvée of all five Bordeaux grape varieties, selected and seamlessly blended together to showcase the style and character of its big brother but in a much more approachable and ready to drink package. The new release combines the fantastic 2018 and 2019 vintages and does so flawlessly.