2019 Grand Napa Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve Napa Valley

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  • 97 Point Vintage ~Wine Spectator
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About the Wine

Grand Napa Vineyards is located in the heart of Rutherford, near the foot of Mt. St. John in the Mayacamas mountain range. From Grand Napa’s home in Rutherford, Winemaker, Dwight Bonewell, sources fruit from the best vineyards in Napa Valley, including some of its other most prestigious sub-appellations––Diamond Mountain, Mt. Veeder, Spring Mountain, Oakville, Atlas Peak, and Carneros. Dwight is involved in every step of the winemaking process at Grand Napa because ultimately, it’s the commitment of the winemaker that separates the mediocre wines from the memorable. When you uncork A Grand Napa wine and decant it, when you look at its legs as it clings to your glass, when its fragrance and taste marry as they dance across your palate, and when your delight lingers in its finish, you will have discovered the treasures of Grand Napa Vineyards.

But there is more. Within the Napa appellation are 17 unique sub-appellations, and at its very heart, you will find Rutherford, home of Grand Napa Vineyards. Flanked by the Mayacamas and Vaca Mountain Ranges, this small, verdant valley with its chalky, dusty soil and perfect Mediterranean climate produces many of Napa’s most sought-after wines. Extraordinary Cabernet Sauvignons and creamy Chardonnays are born here, but Cabernet Sauvignon is king. André Tchelistcheff, the master winemaker who shepherded California into its brilliant new era of winemaking saw the importance of Rutherford this way: “It takes Rutherford dust to grow great Cabernet.” This is the home of Grand Napa Vineyards.

When you think of Rutherford Dust, big names like Inglenook, Caymus, Heitz Cellar, and Scarecrow come to mind. These wines, often priced well above $100 and sometimes soaring to $500, hail from one of the world's most coveted terroirs. Grand Napa has all the qualities if these luxury brands, minus the price tag. 

2019 was a fabulous year for Napa Valley. Wine Spectator awarded this year a 97-point score, and Vinous Media gave it 96 points saying that "The 2019 Napa Valley Cabernets have turned out beautifully. 2019 is a very high-quality vintage of Cabernets that will be easy to drink and enjoy with minimal cellaring. The extra kick of late heat softened the tannins, making the wines a pleasure to taste and drink." 

Aging: 22 months in French Oak Barrels.

Tasting notes: 100% Cabernet SauvignonThis dark ruby Cabernet Sauvignon shows an intense nose of blackberry and sweet Asian spice intermixed. The wine reveals an extremely supple tannin texture with the strength and power of beautiful Napa Valley Cabernet fruit. Black pepper and blueberry fruit interplay along with a note of graphite and a subtle vanilla touch on the finish.


Raspberries, currants, licorice, chocolate orange and peppercorns on the nose. Full-bodied with firm, velvety tannins. Creamy, plush and velvety with a chocolatey finish. Better after 2023. ~92 James Suckling

Winemaker Stéphane Vivier matures this Cabernet in 50% new French oak for 22 months. Classic aromas of blackberry, graphite, and sweet oak all come together on this medium- to full-bodied red with crisp acidity, and burly tannins, finishing with sweet herbs and crushed stones.~92 Decanter

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