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2013 Eternity

Production Notes

Grape Source: 17 acre, Mountain Estate, Single Vineyard, Certified Sustainable
Varietal Content: 97% Estate Cabernet, 3% Estate Petit Verdot
Alcohol Content: 15%
Aging: Barrel fermented & aged for 2 years in 70% new French Oak
Winemaking Team: Winemaker Frederic Delivert & Consultant Jean Hoefliger
Vineyard Management: Tom Clark & Josh Clark; Clark Vineyard Management
GM & Marketing: Laurie Claudon
Photography/Special Projects: Briana Clark Forgie
Production (cases): 229

2013 Eternity

Retail: $200.00
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First Flight Members receives a 33.5% discount on all wine purchased except for those ordered through our Cabernet for Care philanthropic program.

In November, 2016 an increase made our wine prices current with small production, Napa Valley, Estate Grown artisan wines of equal caliber. Yet, to honor our customers who had supported us along the way we decide to protect them from the increase with special pricing. Thus, our non-club customers became our First Flight Members.

First Flight Member [More info]: $133.00
CC Wine Club [signup]: $114.00
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IN THE VINEYARD & WINERY

After the 2012 vintage, few thought such a perfect growing season could be matched. But then along came the 2013, leaving us with ever widening smiles. Mother Nature was doubling her effort to make up for harder times.

Ideal spring bud break, steady flowering, even fruit set and luxurious, uninterrupted warm days and cool nights…does this sound familiar? In 2013 these conditions again made for optimal ripening. On the crush pad, we watched wide eyed as our 2013 Eternity Cabernet grapes danced in a pool of dark rich juice. There was no doubt, the 2013 would have its own place in the list of other worldly Napa Valley Cabernet Vintages.

Robert Parker's Review

Robert M. Parker's Wine Advocate # 221 Oct 2015
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Robert M. Parker's Wine Advocate # 221 Oct 2015

The stunning 2013 Eternity Proprietary Red wine is obviously a Bordeaux blend. It reveals unsmoked cigar tobacco and licorice, Christmas fruitcake, cedar wood and plenty of blackberry and cassis fruit along with a full-bodied palate. The oak is well-disguised by the wine’s lavish concentration and intensity. It should drink beautifully for another 20+ years.” — Robert Parker

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Photos by Briana Marie Photography