Cultivar Wine is well known for our production of small lot, terroir-driven wines. For the summer of 2021, we’re taking that mission to the next level with the release of 4 of the best red wines of summer, each one truly reflecting a sense of place.
When we say these wines are critically acclaimed, we’re not kidding. In just these last few months, Cultivar Wine and Caspar Estate have captured the attention of an impressive array of wine critics and competitions alike.
Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc is one of the most iconic wines you can find. It’s no surprise it’s the 8th most popular varietal in the world. This begs the question: who does it better? Is Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc closest to the true expression of the varietal? Or does the French style take that honor?
Is there an “official” start to Rosé Season? Rosé is made from the juice of the first pressing of grapes harvested between September and October. Therefore, most wineries are ready to release their rosé between…
Though there are over 50 wineries in the Oakville AVA, only a handful of them produce chardonnay. Oakville is typically best known for its cabernet sauvignon. Nonetheless, we keep returning to this magical piece of Napa Valley terroir for our chardonnay year after year. Why…?
When we searched for Cabernet Sauvignon for our 2018 releases, we knew we wanted fruit sourced from the Oakville appellation. Not just for what happened in the region during the 2018 growing season, but because of a reputation cultivated throughout the decades.
Small Lot Sauvignon Blanc may be a staple of Napa Valley, but only a very select few ever make the wine list at the prestigious The French Laundry. Recently, Chef Keller decided that the 2019 Caspar Estate Sauvignon Blanc would be one of those rare choices.
Looking for some delicious Meatless Monday food ideas? If you’re off 2021 with a resolution to eat healthier, one terrific way to start building healthy habits into your weekly regimen is to practice Meatless Monday. Foregoing meat one day a week doesn’t have to mean dull dinners with a side order of deprivation. And most importantly, it doesn’t mean you have to go without the wine!