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Kapcsandy Family Winery, Merlot Roberta’s Reserve 2013

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

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Kapcsandy Family Winery, Merlot Roberta’s Reserve 2013

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

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£540.00
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£540.00

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Grape Varietes: Merlot 100% Wine Style: Bordeaux Inspired Reds Winemaker: Denis Malbec Optimum Drinking: 2018-2045 Reviewer Rating: 100 Reviewer: Robert Parker Code: 201017
Estate Notes

Kapcsandy Family Winery's Merlot Roberta’s Reserve 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*.

Kapcsandy Family Winery is an award-winning, small estate-grown winery bottling three distinct red wines from Kapcsandy State’s Lane Vineyard. Made in very small quantities, these wines are rare gems.

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

”…the 2013 Merlot Roberta’s Reserve is off the charts and could easily eclipse a great vintage of Pétrus in a blind tasting. Fabulous notes of sweet cocoa and chocolate intermixed with black cherry and blackberry soar from the glass of this full-bodied wine that has a deep, rich, profound core of fruit and density. It is a great example of possibly the finest vintage Napa has ever produced for Bordeaux varieties. This wine has greatness all over it, with a minute-plus finish, yet is accessible enough to be drinkable now or cellared for another 30+ years.” Robert Parker

"This family-owned winery is situated at the southern end of Napa Valley, a few miles east of Yountville, a town that is becoming the epicurean center for Napa Valley. Kapcsandy produces between 2,500 and 4,000 cases of wine each year from their 15.5 acres of vineyards. They have added a couple of wrinkles to their classic lineup of Bordeaux varietals, including a crisp, stainless steel-fermented and aged white called Furmint, the well-known grape of Hungary, the country from which Lou Kapcsandy emigrated.” Robert Parker