Reserve Chateauneuf du Pape 2014
Our Price $34.99
Following the 1789 French revolution, privileges of the Church and nobility were abolished which completely redraw the French vineyard. The most famous estates are divided and sold at auction.In 1790, Charles and Louise Dubois, coming from Paris, were one of the first families to acquire vineyards. Since then, the couple and their children have started to write a whole new chapter of the wine-growing region of the valley of Burgundy and Rhône.
93 Points Wine Enthusiast
Intense red and pleasant color with garnet red reflections. Balanced aromas with notes of black fruits and a bit of spice. Lush and spicy taste with rounded fruit and juicy flavors; ripe raspberry, blackcurrant and spice; Complex and rich in depth and beautiful structure.
Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Our 1 Bottle Sale Price $20.99
Raley’s "mix 6" $22.98*
Total Wine "mix 6" $21.59*
92 Wine Enthusiast
This is a great way to experience the richness of Daou without hurting the bank account too much. Hedonistic aromas of candied black cherry, caramel, vanilla cake and cola lead into a rich and powerful palate that's soft in texture and lively with exotic plum and black currant flavors.
91 Jeb Dunnuck
Just bottled, the 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon is another outstanding wine. Black currants, licorice, charcoal and lead pencil notes all flow to a full-bodied, silky, polished and elegant Cabernet that's a delicious drink. Like the 2015, it was aged 11 months in 60% new French oak.
*As of 9/12/19
Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
Our Price $17.99
90 Tasting Panel
Flavorful, well-structured and well-balanced, this is a wine for all seasons. With a medium to full body, generous black cherry and raspberry aromas, and a nicely dry mouthfeel, it is ready to pair with almost any meat, fowl or cheesy dish.
Our Price $19.99
92 Jeb Dunnuck
This intense, powerful Syrah-based wine is grown mostly on their McDowell Valley property which has a long history of championing Rhone varietals. Co-fermented with Viognier, the Syrah expresses violet, tar, and rich earth. Petite Sirah from Alexander Valley brings chewy bitter chocolate, while Grenache grown at 1400 feet elevation in the Yorkville Highlands keeps the wine bright and juicy. Full-bodied and fleshy, this wine is dark and brooding yet silky and smooth.
Blend: 64% Syrah, 23% Grenache, 7% Petite Sirah, and 6% Viognier.