Goosecross Cellars

2017 C. Elizabeth Cabernet Sauvignon, Game Farm Vineyard, Oakville, Napa Valley

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APPEARANCE deep, concentrated garnet-ruby
AROMAS & FLAVORS balanced with aromas of black cherry, creme-de-cassis, thin mints, black licorice, cola, tobacco leaf, leather, forrest floor, violets
PALATE blackberry, blackcurrant, black cherry, plum, date, Earl Grey, cinnamon stick, rosemary, anise, polished tannins, balanced acidity, long finish
FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTIONS This special wine deserves a special pairing - a decanter! But if you must have it with food, enjoy it simply with your favorite steak, sauteéd mushrooms in red wine sauce (not this red wine), and dark chocolate for dessert. Perfection!
PRODUCTION 10 barrels
AGING POTENTIAL Will mature beautifully over the next 10-20 years. Purchase a few bottles and taste over the the coming years to enjoy a wine meant to age and evolve.
VINEYARD Game Farm Vineyard, Oakville, Napa Valley

Aged in 30% new oak, second fill in 70%



Bill Nancarrow

About the Winemaker

Leading the winemaking team, Bill Nancarrow brings a wealth of experience making wines in regions throughout the world. He and his team are continuing the approachable, balanced style of Goosecross wines, while introducing bold new varietals and blends to the portfolio. His goal is to craft wines which show true varietal character by staying focused on the basics – sustainable farming with attention, care and diligence in the cellar.
About the Winery
Goosecross Cellars
A quintessential boutique winery with its beginnings in the 1970s, the next chapter of Napa Valley's Goosecross Cellars – named for the pair of geese that made the estate their home – is now being written by CEO and Vintner, Christi Coors Ficeli. Exactly how does a gal from one of America’s foremost beer families end up making wine in Napa Valley? Simply put, Christi and her husband actually met while working at a winery (Gallo). They decided one day they wanted to live in Napa Valley full time, raise a family and be a part of the community with which they fell in love. And they did just that!
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