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Vintage 2014
Wine Type Red
Varietal Cabernet Sauvignon
Region Rutherford
Winemaker Trevor Durling
As our name suggests, the pedigree of Provenance wines is of utmost importance. We go straight to the source for the highest-quality fruit in the Napa Valley and have forged enduring relationships with the region’s top winegrape producers. Winemakers Trevor Durling and John Hazak are purists, relying on the nest winemaking traditions to extract elegant, powerful wines that express their premium vineyard origins rather than the winemakers’ interventions.

92 Points, James Suckling

“A fresh and focused cabernet sauvignon with blackcurrant and berry character. Full body, tight and precise. Long finish. Needs a year or two to soften. Drink in 2020.” - James Suckling

Vineyard Notes

Since the quality of a wine begins in the vineyard, it’s no surprise that the barrels we’ve selected for this wine come from exceptional sites in the heart of Napa Valley. The wine is sourced entirely from vineyards located in the Rutherford American Viticultural Area (AVA): Beckstoffer Vineyard Georges III and our Wildwood Estate Vineyard are located on the eastern side; our Provenance Estate Vineyard is on the west. The soils in these three vineyards are remarkably different, which adds to the terroir complexity in the wine.

Winemaker Notes

After hand harvesting the fruit and then hand sorting it twice at the winery, we gently destemmed the grapes to retain at least 60 percent whole berries. Three days of cold soaking before fermentation gently extracted the opulent color and flavors from the skins. Two to three weeks of skin contact developed varietal expression while, in-barrel malolactic fermentation rounded the acidity. Aging in a high percentage of new oak barrels married the rich Cabernet Sauvignon flavors with warm oak tones.
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