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Hundred Acre Vineyard, Few and Far Between Cabernet 2013

North Coast, Napa Valley, U.S.A.

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Hundred Acre Vineyard, Few and Far Between Cabernet 2013

North Coast, Napa Valley, U.S.A.

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£645.00
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£645.00

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Grape Varietes: Cabernet Sauvignon 100% Wine Style: Bordeaux Inspired Reds Winemaker: Jayson Woodbridge Optimum Drinking: 2018-2045 Reviewer Rating: 100 Reviewer: Robert Parker Code: 201023
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Hundred Acre Vineyard, Few and Far Between Cabernet 2013 is lying in the cellar of our sister company Golden West in San Francisco, and we are pleased to offer this gem of a wine inclusive of shipping to your door*.

Hundred Acre Vineyard's Few and Far Between Cabernet Sauvignon 2013 was rated a perfect 100-point rating by Robert Parker.

The Hundred Acre Few and Far Between Vineyard is a tiny parcel of just 5 acres from Calistoga; where owner Jayson Woodbridge crafts wonderful, characterful and distinctive wines. Jayson brought in consulting winemaker Philippe Melka, who told him that the soil resembled that of Château Pétrus (of Bordeaux's Pomerol). The vineyard is spared hot afternoon sunlight and its soils absorb water slowly to keep the vines cool. The results are outstanding.

Please note: bottle shown is for illustrative purposes only (not actual bottle for sale).

*Subject to address. Restrictions on shipping wines to certain countries. Possible surcharges for delivery to remote locations.

Reviews

“…an absolutely outrageously great wine….The finish goes on for over a minute, as this wine has layers and layers of fruit. If anything, it reminded me of a Château Latour on steroids. A magnificent example, it is one of the prodigious wines of this great vintage for Bordeaux varietals in Napa. The 2013 Few and Far Between already drinks well, but will still be reveling its purchasers 35-40 years from nownt." Robert Parker

”...the wine quality continues to be among the most singular and profound in all of Napa Valley. His outspoken personality doesn’t often sit well in conservative and quiet Napa, but he only needs to let his wines do the talking. Little else needs to be said or done.” Robert Parker