Freemark Abbey was one of twelve U.S. wineries chosen to compete in “The Judgment of Paris” blind tasting, in 1976. California wines won in every category, catapulting Napa Valley onto the world stage.
Opaque dark ruby describes the colour of this Oakville wine. Blackcurrant and boysenberry notes dominate the aroma, with nuances of dark cherry, cocoa powder, new shoe leather, black pepper and forest floor. The wine has great depth of black fruit flavour, with a strong expression of sweet black cherry and dark plum. This full-bodied Cabernet Sauvignon has a smooth entry with well resolved tannins giving it structure yet a relatively soft finish.
From old vine vineyards in the Lodi region of central California. Zinfandel grapes, lightly crushed to create this blush wine.
Luscious strawberry ice cream on the nose supported by a bright, berry fruited palate and an off-dry finish.
Harvested from the largest Caberet Franc vineyard in the world, in Lodi Californa, the grapes used are 35 years old. The use of wood or oak has been removed here in order to let the flavours of the Cabernet Franc dominate. This is a smooth easy drinking wine that will match particularly well with vegetarian dishes, but can of course also be matched with lighter meats such as chicken.
A great value and versatile wine, suitable for our vegetarian and vegan customers.