Napa’s best Cabs revealed by tasting panel

J. Davies Estate 2010 ($90)

1061721x This sister-winery of Napa’s famous sparkling house, Schramsberg, has a reputation of its own – for producing some of the valley’s top cabernet sauvignon wines. This 2010 is a biggie; it can lay down for 10 years or more.

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Clif Family Winery 2010 Kit’s Killer Cab  ($50)

2010 Kit's Killer Cab copyClif owners Kit Crawford and Gary Erickson each have extensive careers in the culinary field and now take their experience with flavour development to the wine vat. Add to that winemaker Bruce Regalia’s love of all things fermenting: beer, vinegar, wine–and you have a perfect storm for a killer cab. Cliffamilywinery.com

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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