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Cathy Corison is undoubtedly one of the most influential winemakers in Napa Valley. With a hands-off approach to winemaking, she lets the wine do all the talking. This winery holds a well-deserved reputation for producing some of the best cabernet sauvignons that represent the heart of the iconic Napa Valley. The standout 2020 vintage from the Saint Helena AVA is no exception. Garnering a remarkable 96pt score from Decanter, this complex Napa Cab offers a symphony of aromas, with black cherry and cassis taking centre stage.Read more
"Medium to full-bodied, beautiful and restrained, with savoury aromatics of fennel, black liquorice, cedar, and black currants. Soft, satiny blackberry fruits are lifted by fine-grained yet supple tannins while a purity of fruit guides the palate to a long, tobacco-tinged finish marked by a mineral-freshness that beckons sip after sip—100% Cabernet aged 18 months in 50% new French oak barrels." - Jonathan Cristaldi
"Classic balance and a little restraint characterize this firmly structured, deeply flavoured wine that brings black cherries, cranberries and black pepper to the front, backed by slightly tangy acidity and texturizing tannins that will help it mature nicely." - Jim Gordon
"Dark garnet in the glass, this wine smells of black cherry and cassis. In the mouth, gorgeous cherry, dried flowers, and herb flavours have an ethereal quality as bright acidity makes for a mouthwatering package. The tannins are wispy ghosts that hang in the corners of the mouth. Refined... The idea of a wine this gorgeous being made in a year when a large percentage of producers in Napa made no wine at all thanks to the fires positively boggles the mind." - Alder Yarrow
Over the past forty years Cathy has never wavered from producing the style of Cabernet that she loves. It is this commitment to elegance and balance, achieved through conscientious viticulture and restrained winemaking, that has inspired a new generation of winemakers across the state to reject the souped-up and turbo-charged wines that have dominated in recent years
These pairings will complement the wine's deep fruit flavours and its notes of cedar, herbs, and tobacco.