Produced in the Napa Valley, California's most prestigious wine region, America's most bankable wines are all bold, structured reds.
If you want to taste the most emblematic of them, you'll need two things: a few currencies....and a lot of patience! Here are five wines that are ambassadors of American boldness and technicality.
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Literally "screaming eagle"...perhaps in homage to the cry of the lucky buyer at the checkout! This wine produced at only 300 bottles frequently flies up to 3000 € !
A blend of 85% Cabernet Franc, 10% Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this wine has won Parker's 100/100 scores three times (1997, 2007 and 2015).
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Founded in 1984, this winery has quickly risen to the top of the American wine world.
Less expensive than a Screaming Eagle, this self-proclaimed "premier cru" wine from Napa eis a form of perfection accessible at less than 900 euros. It is foreseeable that its price will go up (to join other eagles...), but there is still time to enjoy the exceptional at a still "reasonable" price.
Five vintages have achieved 100-point scores from Robert Parker. Logically, the $65 bottle price in 1996 has risen to more than 500 € depending on the year !
The rarity of this wine partly explains its price, but not only! This wine comes from 7 carefully selected vineyards and is aged for 30 months in new French oak. A specificity of taste that does not leave you indifferent and regularly wins 98.9 points in tastings.
Count on approximately 500 euros.
Only 500 cases of this cult Cabernet are produced each year by Bret Lopez. Created in 2003, it regularly receives rave reviews, even earning Robert Parker's famous 100/100 for the 2007 vintage.
So why name such a wine "the scarecrow", you may ask? Not to scare away wine lovers, no! Bret Lopez's grandfather was in charge of production at Metro Goldwyn Mayer (MGM) and therefore worked on the film "The Wizard of Oz".
Fred Schrader's goal from the start in 1998 was to be among the best.
Ten years later, mission accomplished! Schrader Cellars became the first winery to receive 100/100 reviews from Robert Parker for the same wine in four consecutive vintages! Need we say more?
Be patient to reach the Grail, the waiting list is long. If you succeed, you will be invited to pay about 1000 euros.
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