The Wolf is a Nice Guy After All!

Karen Culler has crafted yet again two amazing wines from this stunning estate. I taste a good 2000 wines each year, and both of these ended up on my Top ten list for 2010! The production of both these puppies is very limited, so I highly recommend that you jump on this offer now.

Wolf Estate Cabernet SauvignonWolf 2007 Estate Cabernet Sauvignon
Retail 80.00 – GGWC 74.99 (six or more 72.50)

Black cherries and coffee aromas followed by forward black fruits and cassis framed by balanced yet powerful tannins and a full mid-palate. Richly extracted and with a long lush finish this is a classic Wolf Family Cabernet Sauvignon reflecting its Western St. Helena terroir. Balanced and well integrated the 2007 has great potential for aging. The cornerstone of Wolf Family Vineyards, this wine is always 100% Estate Cabernet Sauvignon. 275 cases produced.

Wolf Sauvignon Blanc Wolf 2009 Estate Sauvignon Blanc, Tres Hermanos
Retail 35.00- GGWC 29.99 (six or more 27.99)

From the narrow sloping vineyard that spans the property, the Sauvignon Blanc is a blend of Musque Clone and Sauvignon Blanc Clone 1. Fermented in small stainless steel barrels and a single new barrel, the wine is aged on the lees to encourage a hint of creamy texture to balance the fresh, crisp flavors. A unique warm climate Sauvignon Blanc with its pear, herbal, mineral and citrus aromas, Picked early to encourage the natural acidity, along with the lower alcohol, livens the fresh palate. 112 cases produced.

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1 Comment to “The Wolf is a Nice Guy After All!”

  1. By Arlen Lartigue, November 26, 2010 @ 12:55 pm

    Love your site man keep up the good work