As a fifth generation Californian winemaker, Joe Wagner has it pretty good. His family has built an empire in American wine. Caymus, the flagship brand is nothing short of a Napa Valley cult. And that’s just one brand out of dozens that the Wagner family has built from the ground up into something huge. With their feet firmly entrenched in the soil and the fabric of California winemaking, perhaps there’s no more fitting brand name for the Wagner family, than one of their more recent projects, Quilt.
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. This wine is incredibly smooth wine and has the luxury of being bold, seductive and rich. If you love big Napa Cabs, this one is for you.
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92 Points, Wine Spectator
Frankly ripe, with a vivid beam of creamed plum, açaí and boysenberry fruit flavors, glistening with vanilla-accented toast through a polished finish. Aimed squarely at the hedonist crowd. Drink now through 2022.
Enjoy this Cabernet with my ultimate burger al fresco with family and friends in the spring!
I got this in my Seasonal case and my wife and I thoughroly enjoyed it. It has a boquet, decent body and full of flovor on the palate. Good with steak and lamb; a good choice for Easter dinner.