Parker: A Beautiful Example of Napa Cabernet Sauvignon
Todd Anderson has a history of delivering blue-chip offers to the Anderson’s Conn Valley faithful, and he’s got another gift to share: The 2014 Anderson’s Conn Valley Estate Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon — a 95 point “stunner” from Robert Parker, and the product of Wine Spectator’s “dream vintage.” Parker further raved, calling this flagship Reserve “a beautiful example of Napa Cabernet Sauvignon” arguing for an incredible “25-30 years of life in it.” In short, this vintage is sure to ignite a feeding frenzy as soon as it hits the market — thankfully you can secure it today first - we are first to market with an exclusive 150 cases at the lowest price in the nation. Upon release from the winery you’ll find a $120 price tag. Today, for as long as our allocation lasts, just $75 per bottle, an unbeatable 40% off.
From 2002 to 2008, Parker gave Anderson’s Conn Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon seven consecutive 94-98-point scores, suggesting that these “long-lived Cabernets” hit full stride some 20+ years after bottling.
The 2014 growing season in Napa Valley was hailed as a “dream vintage, with quality along the lines of 2012 and 2013,” by Wine Spectator. The third-consecutive drought-year produced a small crop, where steady diurnal summer temperatures proved perfect for Anderson’s Conn Valley estate grapes, planted high above St. Helena where Conn Creek flows off Howell Mountain. The result? A dense, supple expression of terroir that can age for decades.