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Beau Vigne
2019 'Juliet' Atlas Peak Cabernet Sauvignon

And just like that, the small lot of Galerie is gone. Yet the day is young, and we LOVE Double Agents!
 

We’re back with a Julian Fayard crafted, 96 POINT Beau Vigne Cabernet from Atlas Peak!
 

This easily covers the spread at $100+ but under $50!? An incredible value that makes other similarly priced Cabs seem like hot dog water. Jeb Dunnuck agrees, calling the “sensational wines!”
 

In addition to the 96 TTP rating it has a 94 WA - and we’re guessing more big ratings are on the way. Every vintage brings an ever-expanding stack of glowing social reviews to back it up too.
 

Of course, Diehard Napa Cabernet fans already know Beau Vigne - whether through us recently, or from when they splashed onto the scene in the early 2000s with huge scores. Robert Parker labeled them “one of my favorite wineries.” and they’ve amassed countless 95-100-point wines. Taking over Kirk Venge after the 2018 harvest, today they have 100-point winemaking stud Julien Fayard (Lafite Rothschild, Smith Haut Lafitte, Melka, Quintessa, Realm, Covert Estate) running the show… and man, he’s just crushing it.
 

It might have a feminine name on the label, but it delivers raw strength, bred from the heights of Atlas Peak. It dishes out that deep complexity, and teeth-staining power only found in mountain Cabs. Give it some air and then revel in the layers of boysenberry, plums, maraschino cherry, and blackcurrant liqueur. There’s an intriguing savory/spicy edge too, with cigar box, licorice, and roasted coffee beans in the mix. The finish surmounts for easily over a minute of plush, silky tannins undermining the deeply extracted red and black fruits. If there is a match made in heaven for it, we’d bet on beef ribs, either slow-braised or smoked until they are falling off the bone.
 

It’s obvious why The Tasting Panel says, “Juliet is a savory beauty romanced by a sonnet!”
 

These always sell out - make sure you move fast.
 

96 Points – The Tasting Panel

“Grainy tannins wash across the palate with melted dark chocolate and a fever pitch of black raspberry and mulberry. Broad paintbrush strokes of dried lavender, maple, and balsamic keep the wine concentrated and juicy.”
 

94 Points – Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate

“Sourced from high in the Vaca Mountains (up to 2,500 feet above sea level), the 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Juliet—96% Cabernet Sauvignon and 4% Petit Verdot, aged 22 months in 84% new French oak—boasts expressive scents of dark cassis, pencil shavings and licorice on the nose. Full-bodied and concentrated, bolstered by ripe, silky tannins, this super effort from winemaker Julian Fayard finishes with ample length and just a touch of warmth. Drink 2023-2040.”

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