2019 Cabernet Sauvignon, Oak Knoll, Napa Valley

Smoky oak and cherry richness with a chocolate embrace

In the heart of the Oak Knoll District of Napa Valley, our flagship 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon stands as a testament to the artistry of winemaking and the unique terroir it calls home. Crafted by Carol five vintages ago, this exceptional wine reflects the meticulous care bestowed upon the vines in a vineyard that whispers the secrets of Napa Valley’s viticultural legacy.

The beginning of the 2019 growing season was defined by copious rainfall and late soil moisture. The long, warm summer saw very few extreme heat events, with foggy mornings setting the stage for vibrant and expressive wines. This allowed the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes to reach optimal ripeness. Aged gracefully in French oak barrels for 48 months, this wine unveils a symphony of flavors—blackcurrant, dark cherry, and hints of mocha and cedar. Its velvety texture and structured tannins embody the quintessence of a Napa Valley, Oak Knoll Cabernet.

With a mere 50 cases produced, our flagship 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon from the Oak Knoll District embodies Napa Valley’s winemaking heritage, inviting you to partake in the richness and elegance that defines the essence of this celebrated winegrowing region.

Alcohol: 12.5%
Cases Produced: 45

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Clark Ferrea is nestled within Zinc House Farm, a working farm and agritourism center in the heart of California’s San Joaquin Valley. Zinc House Farm exists to educate and promote the healthy human connection to the earth and agriculture. Our goal is to enhance that connection by creating a environment that honors our heritage, respects the place and land that sustains life, and celebrate our connection to food, community and the arts.

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