Over 150 years ago, Stags’ Leap Winery became the first winery in what is now a sacred wine region (Stag’s Leap District) when they set up shop in the foothills of the Palisades.
Today, they’re considered one of the great luxury Napa brands, with some of the most beautiful, elegant and age-worthy Cabernet Sauvignons made anywhere in the world. I have one of those bottles today – their most rare and I have it for the best price in America.
The perfect combination of power and finesse, this baby comes from Napa’s incredible 2019 vintage that is being heralded as one of the very best in Napa in the last 50 years. That may explain why this Cabernet is so darn good.
It might also be the vineyards. Only made in exceptional vintages, their Limited Napa Reserve pulls from top vineyard sites from Napa’s Mountains and the prized valley floor. It literally has it all – fruit from the estate vineyard in Stag’s Leap, Howell Mountain, Diamond Mountain, St-Helena, Atlas Peak, Mt. Veeder and even Spring Mountain.
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95 Points, James Suckling
“This shows lots of perfumes, with blackcurrants, violets, licorice and tar. Full-bodied with chewy tannins and an underlying character of cedar, sandalwood and pine needles. The tannins are full and creamy, with a polished, velvety texture at the end. Delicious now, but better in three to five years, and beyond.”