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2020 HALL Craig's Cabernet Sauvignon

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Craig's was conceived by Craig Hall as an unconventional, appealing red blend to enjoy every day with family and friends. This wine is made in limited quantities and allows us to experiment with blending various vineyard sources, playing up the most unique and captivating qualities of every vintage.
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A true Bordeaux blend, our 2020 Craig's opens with rich aromas of ripe plum that mingle with notes of sage and wet gravel. The rich, concentrated palate is ripe yet refreshing with a tertiary flavor of dark fruit coulis. This vintage is loaded with personality and finishes on a beautiful note of minerality.

  • Ripe Plum
  • Sage
  • Wet Gravel
  • Dark Fruit Coulis
More Information
Bottle Size750mL
AppellationNapa Valley
VineyardGrower Partners
Vintage NotesThe winter of 2020 was warm and dry, setting off budbreak and the growing season slightly earlier than usual throughout Napa Valley.  It wasn't until the end of March that cold, rainy weather arrived, and the mild spring gave the vines a strong, early start. Moderately warm days held through the summer and early fall, allowing the fruit to ripen slowly and develop complex flavor and tannin balance, while maintaining fresh acidity. This vintage produced great wines that are concentrated, focused, and beautifully balanced.
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