Opens with
brilliant aromas of blackberry and mocha gracefully accented with hints of
black currant and Bing cherry.


Vibrant flavors of sweet plum and dark
cherry fill the palate of the balanced, complex wine. Enjoyable immediately,
the 2010 Generations Cabernet Sauvignon will continue to grow in
complexity over the next 10- 15 years.

Growing Conditions

The grapes for the 2010 Generations Cabernet Sauvignon are grown in
some of the best vineyards and appellations in the Napa Valley. The
majority come from a two vineyards on the west side of St. Helena known
for sandy soils that produce berries with sweet, ripe tannins. The remaining
grapes were sourced from a meticulously farmed knoll-top vineyard at
the corner of Oakville Cross Road and Silverado Trail. By blending grapes
from the St. Helena and Oakville appellations, we are able to make a wine
that truly represents the best of Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon and
honors our five generation history or making wine in the Napa Valley.

Appellation: Napa Valley (70% St.
Helena, 30% Oakville)


Grapes were fermented on the skins for 30-39 days to lend complexity and
depth to the wine.


Racked to new, tight-grained, medium and
medium plus toast French oak barrels for 18-20 months of aging. Only
our best barrels from forests in Nevers, Allier and the Center of France
were selected for this blend of 100% Cabernet Sauvignon.