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The deep roots of Beaulieu Vineyard were first planted back in 1900, when founder Georges de Latour noticed similarities with his native Bordeaux and declared the Napa Valley ideal for winemaking. He followed up on this belief by planting vineyards in Rutherford with grafted, phylloxera-resistant French vines. The Cabernet Sauvignons that de Latour crafted from these grapes gave the world its first taste of California’s promise as a world-class winemaking region. In 1938 de Latour hired the young Russo-French enologist Andre Tchelistcheff, who would become California’s most distinguished winemaker. Tchelistcheff’s knowledge of traditional French techniques and willingness to experiment in local conditions brought BV the Grand Sweepstakes Award at the Golden Gate International Exposition, and led to the creation of Napa Valley’s first reserve wine, Beaulieu Vineyard Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon.
Bright and refreshing, this Sauvignon Blanc opens with vivid aromas of citrus and tropical fruit. The gentle floral and herbal nuances - reminiscent of meadow wildflowers - are Sauvignon Blanc's signature. On the palate, passion fruit and grapefruit more
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The diversity of soils and microclimates found in Napa Valley, as well as clones and cultivation techniques, contribute to the personalities of each vineyard. We selected vineyards from the 26-mile-length of the valley, with a focus on our BV® ... more
Elegant and creamy, our 2009 Carneros Chardonnay unfolds in layers of peach and ripe pear, with delicate floral notes. Hints of vanilla from fermentation and aging in small oak barrels add enticing complexity. The honey-fruit flavors expand across ... more
Excellent with cheese, especially aged cheddars and nutty, dry jacks.
A versatile wine with approachable, silky flavors, bridging both poultry and red meat ... more