Napa’s best Cabs revealed by tasting panel

St. Supery Estate 2010 Dollarhide Estate Vineyard ($100)

St. Supery Estate 2010 Dollarhide Estate Vineyard ($100)

 

The St. Supery tasting room went through an impressive redesign in the last few years and now guests can sip their wines on the outside patio while watching ongoing bocce games, or inside at the lively bar. Members can head upstairs and enjoy wine while looking down at activity in the barrel room through a set of large windows.

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Trinchero Napa Valley 2010 Haystack Vineyard ($70)

TRINThe Haystack Vineyard sits at 1500 feet on Atlas Peak. Dynamite blasts made this area hospitable to grape vines in the late 1800s and a man named Mr. De Boom – you can’t make this stuff up –was the first to produce wine up there. A beautiful, long driveway leads you to a newer tasting room; a real treat even for Napa Valley locals.

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2 Responses to “Napa’s best Cabs revealed by tasting panel”

  1. Petar says:

    Great Selections of Napa Cabs!
    Cheers

  2. Ross Eakins says:

    Really safe list of large generally corporate type wines found on the 50 yard line, notable exceptions include D.R. Stephens. There are so many exceptional wines being made off the mainstrip that are affordable and beautifully made. I really encourage people to venture off the grid you may be surprised what you find. See Anamoly, Chase Cellars, Edge Hill.

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