Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon is a tribute to John Daniel, Jr., who produced the muchheralded Inglenook 1941 Cabernet Sauvignon from vine cuttings brought to the Inglenook Estate from Bordeaux by Gustave Niebaum. Today, this estate-grown wine is blended with the finest lots of Cabernet Sauvignon and other Bordeaux varieties that remain after the highly selective blending of Rubicon.
After four years of drought, a winter with average rainfall was welcome, as it provided ample soil moisture for a strong start to the 2016 growing season. Average late-spring temperatures and limited precipitation minimized the risk of frost during mid-May bloom, ensuring average yields. June closed with a heat spell, slowing vine canopy growth at the ideal time. All fruit for the 2016 Inglenook Cabernet Sauvignon blend was harvested under ideal conditions from September 6th through October 10th.
Appellation: Rutherford, CA
Ensemble: 82% Cabernet Sauvignon 7% Cabernet Franc 6% Merlot 4% Petit Verdot 1% Malbec
Barrel Regimen: 18 Months 100% French Oak 50% New Oak
Vineyard: Chateau, Cohn, Red Barn, Creek, Walnut, Small Block
Bottle Date: Jan 2013
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