Beaulieu Vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

£74.95

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Grower: Beaulieu Vineyard
Grape Variety: Cabernet Sauvignon / Petite Syrah / Charbono / Malbec
Style: Elegant and Rich
Country: USA
Appellation: Napa Valley
Vintage: 2018/19
Closure: CORK
Alcohol: 14% ABV
Bottle Size: 75cl

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Deep garnet red in colour. The bouquet shows aromas of lovely red berry fruits on the nose, supported by notes of wild blackberry, black cherry, red currant and ripe plum, backed up by delicate oak notes of warm holiday spices, including; cinnamon and star anise spice with vanilla bean. The palate, is fruit-forward and ripe with hints of lavender and violet leading to fresh strawberry, black raspberry, red cherry and cola nut, supported by delicate fresh herbs – hints of mint, mocha and milk chocolate. The tannins are focused and long providing a rich texture and mouthfeel, with an elegant balance and structure that complements the mouth filling flavours. Well integrated baking spice notes of cinnamon and nutmeg from the toasted oak barrels are seamlessly woven throughout the wine, complementing the berry fruit aromas and flavours which leads to a long mouth-watering finish.

Beaulieu Vineyards, whose name means “beautiful place” in French, is the largest producer of Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley and has been at the forefront of quality wine making for almost 120 years. Founded in 1900 by French immigrants, Georges and Fernande de Latour, this winery in Rutherford, California started as a small area of land before becoming a global giant. Georges hope to create wines that rivalled those of his native France. In doing so, De Latour quickly made a name for himself by importing Phylloxera-resistant rootstock from Europe to the recently-ravaged fledgling California wine industry. Beaulieu was one of the few wineries that survived throughout Prohibition. While most wineries were closing their doors, Beaulieu was increasing business through a contract producing sacramental wine for the Catholic Church. Once Prohibition ended, Georges dedicated himself to researching new methods to bring about the best expressions he could muster. This led him to his homeland of France where he brought back to California André Tchelistcheff, who would go on to become a legendary figure in California wine making, while earning himself the nickname, 'The Maestro'. Today, Beaulieu honours their own past while pushing the boundaries of contemporary wine making.

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