2019 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley

  • "The most talked about wine in Napa" ~Antonio Galloni
  • Ultimate Luxury from "hallowed dirt"
  • Consistently one of the highest rated, highly allocated wines in the world

About the Wine

Super rare. Super allocated. Robert Parker is a Super Fan. The most expensive wine in the US is available from Bighammerwines.com.

Acquired from the winery in pristine condition and in the original wood box.

OWC available with purchase (will ship separately).

Reviews

The 2019 Screaming Eagle is a wine of mind-blowing elegance and finesse that stand apart from the generally more potent style of so many wines in this vintage. Deep, sensual, and beautifully layered, the 2019 is simply magnificent from the very first taste. A whole range of red/purplish fruit, spice, leather, dried herb, and blood orange accents give the 2019 its vivid, wonderfully detailed personality. Because of its price, both on release and in the secondary market, Screaming Eagle is the most talked about wine in Napa Valley. It is hype or not? All I can say is that I was very fortunate to drink a number of older vintages during lockdown and all those wines lived up to their reputations. ~100 Vinous Media

Lots of crushed berries, such as raspberries and blackberries, with spearmint and crushed stone, as well as redcurrants. Full-bodied with regal tannins that build on the palate as you taste it and flow over like a gentle waterfall. Such a beautiful, subtle and graceful texture. Best after 2027. ~99JS

The Grand Vin 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon is reminiscent of the 2016, and possibly the 2014, with its beautiful balance, purity, and straight-up class. Offering remarkable purity in its crème de cassis, wildflower, spice, lead pencil, and tobacco-like aromas and flavors, it’s medium to full-bodied, has flawless balance, and building, silky tannins. It’s a thrillingly complete, classic Screaming Eagle that won’t hit maturity for another 7-8 years and I suspect will have 40 to 50 years of overall longevity. ~98 Jeb Dunnuck