2020 Atlas Peak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

2020 Atlas Peak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

2020 Atlas Peak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Atlas Peak
94|TP, 90|VP
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This Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from is complex and displays an intensity of aromas in the glass. The flavors are so well integrated that it is difficult to identify specific characters but there are hints of dark berries and cocoa powder. The fruit in the aromas and flavors shows a rich maturity without any overripe characters that would distract from the fruit. This big, well structured Cabernet has a lively, balanced mouthfeel and texture.

Tasting Panel (94 Points):

“Elegance and poise are present in this velvet-lined red. Plum and jasmine are perfectly paired, with just a
dot of white pepper and slate to maintain texture and energize the palate.”

VinePair (90 Points & Featured on their list of "The 30 Best Cabernet Sauvignons for 2024):

"This Cabernet Sauvignon has a calm, fruit-forward nose with a good dose of earthiness. The palate has a juicy fruit core with well-integrated tannins. If you’re into laying down wine, this can easily age another year or so." Read the article here.

The Atlas Peak appellation sits high in the Vaca Mountain range, on the eastern side of Napa Valley. Atlas Peak (the winery) was established in 1987, five years before the Atlas Peak AVA became official. Atlas Peak knew that their terroir was something special. The AVA boasted high altitudes (2,663 feet, no less), well-drained soils and a particular climate uniquely suited to producing world-class Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa’s flagship variety.

The wines are named after the peak, of course, but also for the mythological Greek figure, Atlas, whose lot in life was to have the weight of the world on his back. Though fictional, there’s something to the name. The image of Atlas is an apt metaphor for Atlas Peak American Super Tuscan and Cabernets, which are fleshy and weighty, just like the world on Atlas’ shoulders.

Derek Irwin, the new winemaker for Atlas Peak, is committed to carrying on the traditions that have anchored it as one of Napa’s leading wineries, while also securing sourcing from esteemed long-term grower partners. Derek started his wine career in 1994 after graduating from UC Davis. He has consulted for wineries in various California wine regions.

Acidity: 6.19 g/l
Sugar: 0.46 g/l
PH: 3.51
Alcohol content: 14.4

Vintage: 2020

Style: Red Wine

Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon

Appellation: Napa Valley

Winemaker: Atlas Peak

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