Seven Stones is a 45-acre winery estate in St. Helena that produces no more than 500 cases of singular Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon each vintage. Winemaker Aaron Pott was named one of the 2012 “Winemakers of the Year” by Food & Wine magazine.

Seven Stones 2019 Cabernet Sauvignon

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Seven Stones is a 45-acre winery estate in St. Helena that produces no more than 500 cases of singular Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon each vintage. Winemaker Aaron Pott was named one of the 2012 “Winemakers of the Year” by Food & Wine magazine. Vintage Notes: The official rainy season kicked off a few days after New Year’s Day and growers knew that it was going to be another strong season for the vineyards. The wet soils slightly delayed bud-break for the 2019 growing season. The season began a couple days later than 2018, and roughly one week behind the five-year average. The summer of 2019 was phenomenal. A few days broke triple digits, but most were spent with blue skies in the mid-80s to low 90s, absolutely ideal weather for ripe flavors while maintaining bright acidity. Harvest began on Oct. 1st and continued through Oct. 9th with two separate picks. A total of 6.8 tons of Cabernet Sauvignon and .72 tons of Cabernet Franc were brought to the winery. Retail Value: No 2019 vintage has recently been sold and subsequently no price can be determined. The Seven Stone Cabernet Sauvignon average retail price is $350.  

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