Laird Napa Valley Cabrnet Sauvignon 2019

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Vintage: 2019
  • WS 93
  • WA 92
  • JS 92
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Laird Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2019: A Symphony of Elegance

Crafted by the skilled hands of Winemaker Brian Mox, the Laird Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 2019 is a testament to the family’s legacy and dedication to producing exceptional wines. With 91% Cabernet Sauvignon and a touch of 9% Malbec sourced from prestigious vineyards such as Flat Rock Ranch, Linda Vista Ranch, and Dry Creek Ranch in Yountville, this wine boasts a deep garnet color reminiscent of a precious gemstone.

The nose invites with delightful aromas of raspberry jam, brown sugar, and red licorice, setting the stage for an indulgent experience. On the palate, rich flavors of roasted coconut, fresh blackberry, and plum unfold seamlessly. The wine’s structure is characterized by sturdy tannins and a judicious interplay of juicy acidity, ensuring a velvety texture.

Critical acclaims echo the sentiments of excellence, with Wine Spectator awarding it 93 points for its juicy, ripe profile and toasty nuances. James Suckling, with a score of 92 points, commends its aromas of fresh mint and blackcurrant, predicting optimal enjoyment after 2025. Robert Parker acknowledges Laird’s 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon as a reasonable value in the world of Napa Valley, highlighting its cedar, dark chocolate, plum, and black cherry notes that culminate in a long, velvety finish. A cellar-worthy masterpiece, this Cabernet Sauvignon is poised to captivate palates from now through 2029.


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Critical Acclaim

WS 93
Wine Spectator
"A juicy, ripe and packed style, with a core of dark currant and boysenberry preserves flanked by singed vanilla and black licorice. Ends with toasty oomph, but with good underlying energy as well. Drink now through 2034."
WA 92
Wine Advocate
"All estate-grown Cabernet Sauvignon, Laird's 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley is a reasonable value in the overpriced world of Napa Valley. Aged in a fair bit of new French oak, it offers up scents of cedar, dark chocolate, plum and black cherry. It's full-bodied and a bit more tannic than Jillian's Blend but still open-knit, approachable and easy to drink, with a long, velvety finish."
JS 92
James Suckling
"Aromas of fresh mint, pine and blackcurrant. Full-bodied with velvety tannins. Iodine and bark on the palate, with a solid core of black fruit. Nicely concentrated. Best after 2025."

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Winemaker of Laird Napa Valley Cabrnet Sauvignon 2019

Brian Mox

Brian Mox

Brian Mox, a winemaker rooted in the upper Midwest, initially pursued engineering until a semester exploring culinary interests altered his course. Abandoning culinary school dreams, he embraced chemistry, akin to winemaking. Mox's journey led him from a harvest lab intern and cellar rat to pivotal roles at esteemed wineries like Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars and Pine Ridge. A tenure as Laird Family Estate's inaugural Technical Director and Winemaker preceded his role at Etude Wines under Tony Soter's guidance, influencing enduring philosophies. Mox's winemaking ethos centers on balanced, refined, and site-expressive wines, respecting fruit quality through classical and modern methods. Beyond wine, he indulges in gardening, pickling, and canning, epitomizing a holistic approach to his craft.
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