From our estate vineyard surrounding the winery. Planted in 1971 on St. George rootstock, it is one of the last old Cabernet Sauvignon vineyards in the Napa Valley. Its scraggly clusters of tiny berries yield extremely limited quantities of dark, concentrated and aromatic single-vineyard wine that speaks eloquently of place.
Our newest vineyard-designate was purchased in 2015, though we had sourced it for over a quarter-century. It has long contributed a pretty, bright core of cherries and blueberries to our Napa Valley Cabernet. We select this very limited bottling from our favorite barrels.
The cornerstone of Corison Winery since our founding in 1987, the Napa Valley Cabernet is sourced from three great benchland vineyards between Rutherford and St. Helena. It has long been prized for power, elegance and longevity.
Inspired by the wines of Alsace, which feature aromatic Germanic white varieties and French winemaking sensibilities, this wine is totally dry and fresh. It cries out for food.
Totally dry, with snappy natural acidity, this rare Cabernet rosé is barrel-fermented and aged sur lies in older French oak barrels. Delicious.