BOLD. LIVELY. WELL-ROUNDED.
Estate Cabernet from one of Napa Valley's oldest winemaking families.
Aromas of dark berries melded with sweet vanilla, rose petal and licorice. Full-bodied with gentle tannins and a lovely mid-palate.
Try pairing with garlic prime rib, mushroom pizza or turkey and herb stuffing.
Harvested 1/2 mile south of St. Helena on Lewelling Lane, an alluvial fan at the base of the western foothills. The soil is bale gravelly loam. Aged 20 months in 70% new French oak. Bottled unfined and filtered.
Where: Napa Valley, California
Grape: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Elevation: 250 feet
More about Lewelling
Lewelling Vineyards is one of the oldest continuously-owned family vineyards in the Napa Valley, consistently making elegant and highly sought-after Cabernets. This historic Napa Valley estate was established in 1864 near the western foothills of St. Helena by pioneer winegrower John Lewelling. Today the family, including 5th generation Alan, Doug and Dave Wight and 6th generation Haley, farm a 28-acre vineyard on a portion of the original estate.
The family is committed to making wines that showcase the exceptional fruit from this unique vineyard site. Gentle winemaking and minimal handling are emphasized to preserve the natural aromas and expression of the grapes which create some of Napa’s most elegant Cabernets.