The Vice Cabernet Sauvignon The House 2017 | Every Sip is a Special Occasion
The Vice Cabernet Sauvignon The House 2017 presents a deep ruby color. While rich, dense and powerful from the get-go. Yet with beautifully muscular aromas of black fruits and notes of crushed violets and dried roses. A dark core of black fruit is wrapped in layers of baking spice, dark cocoa, espresso, and fine French oak. This is as memorable as Napa Valley Cabernet gets carrying this impressive price tag. Enjoy now – 2030.
The folks at ‘The Vice Wine’ believe that the best wines in the world aren’t the most expensive ones. We thrive at providing the best quality wine at the best value. The Vice Cabernet Sauvignon The House 2017 perfectly celebrates that credo. While The Vice’s The House Cabernet Sauvignon over-delivers sip after sip and this is the only place you’ll find it.
Winemaker Vance Rose
Winemaker Vance Rose’s résumé includes stints with iconic estates including Rosemount in Australia, Donum in Carneros, Ehlers in St. Helena, and Grieve Family Winery and Double Eagle in the Napa Valley. When Rose coupled that expertise with an organic vineyard atop Mt. Veeder, The Vice did something simple: They stacked the deck in their favor, and it’s paying off now at far below the $150 cost of entry top Napa Cabernets command… and will continue to do so well into the future, based on the firm tannins and elegant structure of this newly-released red.
About The Vice | $100+ Wines for Under $30
The Vice Wine is a Napa Valley luxury wine brand made in small batches. So first crafting each batch from single grape varietals. Then sourcing from hand-selected vineyards that best express the grape varietal and the region that it comes from. As a result, The Vice Wine is a result of passionate labor and sustainable farming. Plus a long expertise of the wine industry with an unmatched current understanding of the consumer’s wine trend.
The Vice Wine is about as personal of a brand as it gets. Everything is done by the founders. First, we drive the truck to get our fruit, we crush, bottle, label. And of course, we do everything by hand when possible. Finally, we design the labels, work the market, and sell the wine.