When he founded BV in 1900, on an unimproved four-acre lot in the tiny town of Rutherford, Georges de Latour had a single vision: to bring world-class wine to America. As it turned out, he not only made better wine - he revolutionized the whole process. He and master winemaker Andre Tchelistcheff pioneered the aging of wine in small oak barrels. When the French oak they used became unavailable during World War II, they collaborated with local coopers to craft American oak barrels, which could accommodate the special needs of wine aging. Nowadays, head winemaker Joel Aiken is the man leading the charge, taking BV in new directions, while staying true to the high standards of his predecessors. Joel possesses an innovative spirit and an impressive expertise in oak aging.
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Beaulieu Vineyard Rutherford Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
Our Napa Valley collection offers full expression of the diversity of this world-renowned region. We source these wines from more than 1,100 acres of estate vineyards as well as historic Napa Valley vineyards managed by our long-term winegrowing partners. Drawing on our rich legacy of more than 100 years of ... more
in mixed case $34.19
Beaulieu Vineyard Napa Valley Merlot 2015
Intriguing nuances of dark chocolate and dried Marasca cherries layer the ripe plum and blackberry notes of our 2015 Napa Valley Merlot. As you swirl the wine, you'll also discover hints of black mission fig and licorice. On the palate, the textured flavors are plush and graceful, yet with ample ... more
in mixed case $18.89
Beaulieu Vineyard Muscat de Beaulieu 2012
This delicious dessert wine was a favorite of Georges de Latour, the founder of Beaulieu Vineyard. Muscat has been known since ancient times for producing sweet wines with a fine bouquet, great elegance and intense flavor. Fermentation was done at low temperature and stopped by the addition of pure grape ... more
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