The Best Grape-Growing Region in Napa Valley: 2017 Sarah Francis Cabernet Sauvignon Sage Ridge Pritchard Hill

Today, we're revealing a real treasure—a wine so rare, only four barrels were made, that’s a total of 1,191 hand-numbered bottles available solely through the winery's mailing list.

We've worked our magic, and we're bursting with excitement to introduce you to our tiny stash of the 2017 Sarah Francis Cabernet Sauvignon from Sage Ridge on Pritchard Hill. Yes, that Pritchard Hill where Chappellet cranks out 99-point $325/bottle Pritchard Hill Cab. You won't be paying anywhere near that, though. Get ready for something extraordinary! 

See, there are fantastic perks to shopping with BHW instead of the grocery store. You get access to top-notch wines you won't find on supermarket shelves, and the prices? Let's say you'll be pleasantly surprised. 😉

The 2017 Sarah Francis Cabernet Sauvignon from Sage Ridge on Pritchard Hill comes from what Wine Enthusiast hails as "the best grape-growing region in Napa Valley you've probably never heard of." This region consistently delivers some of the most profound wines in Napa Valley. They're rich, deep, luxurious, and simply magical.

To give you a perspective of the iconic terroir, Sage Ridge’s vineyard was first owned by Thomas Rutherford, then later acquired by Georges de Latour, founder of Beaulieu Vineyard, earning it the esteemed title of Beaulieu Vineyard Number 3 in 1928.

Today, Sarah Francis meticulously oversees every aspect of winemaking, crafting unique, explosive wines that are highly sought after. Her exceptional skills have even led to the creation of a 100-point wine in less than five years since she began her winemaking journey.


Indulge in something extraordinary. Elevate your cellar with the 2017 Sarah Francis Cabernet Sauvignon—a testament to our passion for great wine and commitment to bringing you the best.

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