Beringer Knights Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2016
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In 1977, winemaker Myron Nightingale and then Assistant Winemaker Ed Sbragia set out to make the finest Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon possible. They acquired grapes from Lemmon Ranch (later renamed Chabot Vineyard), and immediately knew they had the makings of a distinctive Cabernet Sauvignon. This dark, chewy, robust wine spent 2 years in French oak barrels before winning gold medal as best Cabernet in show at the 1981 Orange County Fair. The limited amount produced was released as Beringer's first Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. The 1986 vintage was later named the #1 Wine of the Year by Wine Spectator. Today, Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon remains the most prized and revered wine in Beringer's portfolio, and is known for its standard of quality, consistency and balance. After three decades producing these reserve wines, the goal remains unchanged: to make the best Cabernet Sauvignon that Napa Valley can produce.
|Region||California, Napa Valley|