Lyndenhurst Cabernet Sauvignon
Here is a playback of our exclusive tasting of wines from Spottswoode hosted by special guests, Beth Novak Milliken, President and CEO of Spottswoode, and Jodi Bronchtein, Sommelier. Check out the featured wines below (while supplies last, quantities limited) and register for your free viewers' seat!!
Established in 1882, Spottswoode Estate is distinguished by the Victorian home that adorns its wine bottle labels. It was first christened in 1910 by Mrs. Albert Spotts and later acquired by Mary and Jack Novak in 1972. Spottswoode is situated on the western edge of St. Helena at the foot of the Mayacamas mountains. The terroir here is ideal for growing fine wine grapes. In 1982, precisely one hundred years after the estates founding, Mary had released Spottswoode's first Cabernet Sauvignon. Since 1985, Spottswoode has farmed their grapes organically and became certified organic (CCOF) in 1992. In late 2020, Spottswoode received their B-Corp certification, and as of 2021, they became Demeter-certified. The roles of winemaking and vineyard management are integrated, and individual attention given to each block contributes to the consistent quality and unique characteristics. Today, Spottswoode is run by Mary's two daughters, releasing bottles of Cabernet Sauvignon and an Estate Sauvignon Blanc every year. Their wines are especially known for their refined elegance, balance, and classic structure.
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