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  1. Toivola Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville, Napa Valley 2014

    Toivola Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville, Napa Valley 2014

    $80.00
    Only 2 barrels of Cabernet made from the Toivola family's tiny Estate vineyard just east of Downtown Napa. Showing deep, dark, concentrated berry/cherry fruit, black currants, chocolate fudge, black licorice, pipe tobacco and nutmeg. Firm, fine tannins on the gums and palate. Hold this short term...drink 2020 and beyond. 50 cases made. Learn More
  2. Localism Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    Localism Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2016

    $65.00
    From a one acre vineyard in Coombsville, with a little bit of Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc from warmer Calistoga. The moderate climate and volcanic soils of Coombsville give the wine its layers of wild berries, violets, sage, pomegranate, black tea, and blackcurrants, while the Calistoga fruit lends a jammy plum opulence. Silky, smooth, and multi-layered, enjoy now or anytime until 2027. Learn More
  3. Revik "Saphi Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville 2016

    Revik "Saphi Vineyard" Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville 2016

    $66.00
    Small family producer with their own vineyard in Coombsville who have just started making their own wine. Unusually for Cabernet Sauvignon, there is some whole-cluster fermentation making the wine light and smooth, while the use of 20-30% new oak gives structure and weight. Concentrated aromas of pepper, clove, blackcurrant, black cherry, and tarragon lead into a serious, balanced palate with firm, gripping tannins and lively acidity. Just 135 cases made. Learn More
  4. Rudius Cabernet Sauvignon "Farella Vineyard" Coombsville Napa Valley 2014

    Rudius Cabernet Sauvignon "Farella Vineyard" Coombsville Napa Valley 2014

    $90.00
    One of our favorite Napa Valley producers made their first wine from the outstanding Farella vineyard in 2013. This is a stunner of a wine, showing richness and depth of fruit (blackberry, blackcurrant, black cherry) with Coombsville smells and flavors of pipe tobacco, dark chocolate, cedar, and evergreen. Very good and approachable now, and will continue to evolve for another ten years. Learn More