Silver Ghost Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 | Blue Chip Vineyards | Incredible Value
Silver Ghost Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 pours a luminous ruby color. Aromas of fresh earth, flint, dried herbs, white pepper, and dried violets meld seamlessly with fresh cherry and wild strawberry. Silken on the palate, with plenty of verve, packed with flavors of cherry and dried herbs leading to a long and energetic finish. Drink now – 2027.
93TP | A few easy reasons to consider stockpiling Silver Ghost Cabernet Sauvignon 2016 from Napa: “Delightfully quaffable,” notes Wine Enthusiast’s Virginie Boone in her Editors’ Choice review. “Wonderfully complex,” says Decanter. “Full-bodied with good juiciness,” says Spectator’s former European bureau chief James Suckling.
About Silver Ghost | A Rolls Royce Connection
Silver Ghost founder Weston Eidson’s great-grandfather, John Montagu, was an automobile pioneer at the turn of the last century. While he was friends with Charles Rolls and Henry Royce and his secretary. Notably, serving as the model for the Rolls-Royce hood ornament, the Spirit of Ecstasy. Silver Ghost derives its name from John Montagu’s favorite car, the 1909 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost. And like its name, the wine itself is filled with layers of richness, culture, and authenticity.
As cool, autumn winds begin turning leaves brilliant orange-red across America, savvy buyers of Napa Valley Cabernet are not necessarily looking for the hottest new trend. Instead, they’re looking for pedigree. Rather, something to savor during cold weather months and through the holiday season. Ask longtime collectors how they choose a bottle and they’ll tell you it comes down to three things. First, the winemaker. Second, location. Third, intrigue in the narrative.
Winemaker Weston Eidson
For as long as he can remember, Weston Eidson possesses an entrepreneurial spirit. As well as an appreciation for fine wine’s ability to enhance any celebration or family get-together. While attending graduate school in the UK, he traveled the globe visiting wine regions from Chile and
So, Eidson sources fruit from Rutherford, Yountville, and Calistoga, tapping resources from his days under Moore and Bevan’s guidance. While these are blue-chip Napa Valley vineyards providing grapes for triple-digit Cabernets. And perfect for this Silver Ghost Cabernet Sauvignon 2016.