There are several theories as to why Savannah, Georgia was spared at the end of Sherman’s March. One was that it was too beautiful to destroy. With its antebellum architecture, cobblestone streets and heady springtime aromas, it is a city of great beauty and underlying strength—one that reminds us of the 2014 Lokoya Spring Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon, with its floral aromatics, ripe boysenberry fruit character and fine minerality. Like seeing a beautiful Southern belle for the first time, this wine will resonate in your memory for years to come.

Growing Conditions

1,000-2,100 ft. vineyard elevation


hand-harvested, low yields of 2 tons per acre.


bottled unfined and unfiltered


18 months in 93% new French oak