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The Rutherford Road Cabernet is named after a charming street in the heart of the Napa where Michael and Mary Ann first lived. The appellation of Rutherford is one of the most prized appellations as its vines on the valley floor gain an iconic flavor of earth; infamously known as Rutherfor Dust.
Napa 1847 was bottled in honor of the year that Napa Valley officially became a county. It marks the beginning of a long progression of winemaking tradition that is now recognised as one of the leading wine appellations in the world.
A serious Napa Cabernet for a serious wine drinker. Grown from premier vineyards on the valley floor, this wine shows layers of fruit giving it depth and complexity. In honor of Byron Pozzan, this wine is as bold as his personality.
This wine is what we are most known for. It has the depth and complexity you'd come to expect from any Napa Cab but at a fraction of the cost. This wine is a perfect everyday drinking Cab that you can enjoy regularly.
Matthew Joseph Cabernet is meant to show what the fruit from Napa is all about. Defined by big lush fruit and well intergrated tannins, this wine remind us why we love Cabernet in the first place.
A great alternative to Napa, Alexander Valley has been known for years as a premier growing region for Cabernet in Sonoma. Fruit forward style of Cabernet that still has layers of complexity.
Yount Mill Road is a hidden gem of asphalt in the Napa Valley. On the border of Yountville and Oakville, this seldomly driven road boasts views of vineyards, cattle, goats, and few structures. Just like the House on the label, this wine represents the luxury and the love of Napa Valley.
This California appelated Cabernet has tremendous depth thanks to a base of Napa Cabernet. With smooth tannins and a strong finish, this bottle will blow you away for the price.