Fairhope Vintners, a producer of classically styled wines from Napa Valley and North Coast Appellations is offering the first release of its 2006 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon in selected markets; providing excellent value for the fine wine consumer and collector.
American Canyon, Napa County, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2008 -- Fairhope Vintners, a producer of classically styled wines from Napa Valley and North Coast appellations is offering the first release of its 2006 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon in selected markets; providing excellent value for the fine wine consumer and collector.
The mission of Fairhope Vintners is to make Cabernet Sauvignon in a classic, age-worthy style contrasting many of today's over-ripe wines that possess little ability to age or pair well with food and are no longer representative of their appellations.
The fruit is sourced from notable vineyards throughout Napa Valley and California's North Coast appellations such as St. Helena, Spring Mountain, Yountville and Mt. Veeder as well as Sonoma and Lake County. Wines from these outstanding vineyards are blended, as in Bordeaux tradition, to achieve a singular wine, showing aromatic complexity, balance, structure and length. Produced in small lots, the wines are finished in French oak.
Fairhope Vintners is able to achieve its outstanding value proposition by maintaining low economies of scale through making wine at a contract winemaking facility in American Canyon, Napa County.
Fairhope Vintners will market their wines through traditional distribution channels to restaurants and independent retailers with the fine dining consumer and collector in mind. Chris Jones, President of Fairhope Vintners is quoted saying, "Our purpose is to provide today's fine wine consumers with gems that truly represent their appellations and will perform well on the table and in the cellar
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