Wine Spectator Review
A blend with a bit of everything and stuffed with personality, offering notes of zesty cherry, licorice, clove and other dusky spices. Petite Sirah, Merlot, Zinfandel and Petit Verdot. Drink now through 2027.
Wine Tasting Notes
For our Napa Valley Quilt, we work with grapes representing the diversity of varietals cultivated in the Napa Valley AVA. We source Petite Sirah, Merlot, Zinfandel, and Petit Verdot grapes from a spectrum of Napa Valley proper. From Oak Knoll in the South to Calistoga in the North. The result of blending these diverse varietals and regions yields wines of extraordinary concentration of flavor, color, and texture. While the majority of the fruit comes from the valley floor, we also relied on grapes grown on the foot-slopes to achieve the texture and grip we desired. The Petite Sirah adds spice and complexity, while the Merlot contributes round mouthfeel and soft tannins. Next, the Zinfandel provides a vibrant fruit core, and Petit Verdot gives structure and color to the final blend: The Fabric of the Land, Napa Valley.
- COLOR: Deep plum with scarlet red highlights.
- AROMA: Expressive aromas of black cherry, raspberry, and ripe plum with hints of pepper.
- PALATE: Full-bodied and complex flavors of tart raspberry, blackberry, dark chocolate, and light notes of spice. This wine has a long finish with a smooth and velvety mouthfeel.