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WHY WE LOVE IT
  • BLEND
    Cabernet Sauvignon
  • APPELLATION
    Napa Valley, California
  • ALCOHOL
    14.40%
  • SIZE
    1.5L (Magnum)

$240 elsewhere. $99 today. Truly astounding! Only a handful to sell, however...if you love classically-styled Napa Cabernet, you’ll be thrilled to have a few of these bad boys in your cellar!

In the late 1990s, Paul Maroon (1947-2019) began the journey to fulfill his life-long dream to create his own boutique small production winery in Napa Valley. Maroon's winemaking dream began with the purchase of 300 acres on the backside of Howell Mountain in Pope Valley, which he later sold. Around the same time, he also acquired the 37 acres that would become Maroon’s permanent home, in what is now part of the prestigious “Coombsville Appellation". Today, 17 acres of this land is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, which produce Maroon's Estate wines.

This 2014 Reserve Cabernet sings with dark plummy fruit, jammy red preserves, clove, baking spice and a rich, yet balanced texture. Definitely drinkable now or hold it a few more years with ease. Once again, INCREDIBLY priced! Don’t miss!

TASTING NOTES 

The wine has rich, alluring aromas of dark fruit and balanced oak. On the palate, the wine is bold, showing dark fruit flavors, nicely balanced with rich and creamy oak tones. The finish is long and lingering.

THE STORY TO KNOW

In the late 1990s, Paul Maroon (1947-2019) began the journey to fulfill his life-long dream to create his own boutique small production winery in Napa Valley. His interest stemmed from his agricultural roots working with his father in his family’s produce business, and later producing wine with his uncle in Pennsylvania. Paul Maroon's winemaking dream began with the purchase of 300 acres on the backside of Howell Mountain in Pope Valley, which he later sold. Around the same time, he also acquired the 37 acres that would become Maroon’s permanent home, in what is now part of the prestigious “Coombsville Appellation". Today, 17 acres of this land is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, which produce Maroon's Estate wines.