Historic Stags' Leap Winery By Glen Frederiksen Rightfully so, California’s Napa Valley has been compared to France’s Bordeaux region. The same varietals that have made Bordeaux one of the most hallowed wine regions of the world are grown... Read more
Glass-staining opaque black/purple hue. For decades, Stags’ Leap Winery’s Petite Sirah has intrigued serious collectors of wine because of its seemingly impenetrable, tightly wound core of blackberry fruit that required decades of cellaring to... Read more
Opaque crimson/black color. This Cab includes dollops of three other red Bordeaux varietals (10% Merlot, 2% Cabernet Franc and 2% Malbec). Pleasing aromas of spice and tobacco are in the forefront, followed by green peppercorn, a sprig of mint, and... Read more
Nearly opaque dark ruby/crimson color. Scents of spicy oak lead to abundant red and black berry fruit aromas, followed by cinnamon stick and an earthy licorice root note. The wine enters the mouth with a velvety texture, then picks up earthy,... Read more
80-84 points: A sound wine that shows varietal character. 85-89 points: An unflawed wine that shows some depth and concentration of aromas and flavors. 90-93 points: A Gold Medal wine of its type, showing balance, depth and secondary flavor profiles found in the best of its style. 94-97 points: Hedonistic pleasure in a glass. Remarkable balance, aromas, flavor and length. A pure expression of the varietal or type. 98-100 points: A wine for the ages! Will drink sublimely for decades. Learn more here!
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