Pride 'Reserve Claret' Napa Valley 2002

Formerly known as ‘Summit Ranch,’ Pride Mountain Vineyards comprises 95 hectares across both Napa and Sonoma counties, ideally situated at high altitudes along the crest of the Mayacamas. The 2002 ‘Reserve Claret’ is a ⅔ - ⅓ Merlot dominant blend, rounded out with Cabernet Sauvignon and a bit of Petit Verdot. Ripe, juicy, and full of sweet tannins, the wine pairs gorgeously with bold red meat dishes or burgers on the grill.
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Deliciously zaftig Bordeaux grape that shed its second-banana-to-Cabernet Sauvignon status to become a star in its own right. Early-ripening softly textured yet often very serious (see: POMEROL).
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California, United States

The sun in the American wine solar system, but at the same time a wine 'nation' in its own right, California is like the popular kid in high school that was good at everything and good-looking, too.