Textbook The Pey Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 (Napa Valley, California) - [WE 94] [JS 92]
Textbook The Pey Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2021 (Napa Valley, California) - [WE 94] [JS 92]

Textbook The Pey Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon 2021
(Napa Valley, California) - [WE 94] [JS 92]


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About the Wine:

Winemaker Abigail Estrada embarked on a mission to craft a reserve bottling that perfectly embodied the iconic power and opulence of Napa Valley.

To achieve this, she sought out exceptional vineyards nestled within renowned AVAs throughout the valley, starting in Oakville. The outcome is a timeless Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon that seamlessly blends the region's renowned boldness and intensity with the grace of European wines.

  • Through collaboration with our high-caliber grower partners, the final blend is composed of fruit sourced from sub-appellations throughout Napa Valley to create layers of complexity and evocative flavors.

  • Each small-lot was vinified and aged separately in 100% French Oak for 15 months and tasted throughout the year.

  • Hand-crafted with select lots from Oakville district, then balanced the blend with Yountville, Oak Knoll and Calistoga.

  • This Reserve Cabernet's power pairs exquisitely with rich dishes such as grilled lamb chops or tender roasted duck with Bing cherry sauce.

Winemaker Notes:

  • Aged 15 months in French Oak, 40% New
  • Varietal Composition 87% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot, 2% Malbec, 1% Cabernet Franc, 1% Petit Verdot
  • Fermentation 100% Stainless Steel
  • Alcohol 14.1%
  • PH 3.82
  • Acid 5.7 g/L

Ratings & Reviews

94 Points - Wine Enthusiast:
"Punchy tannins, interesting leather and tobacco complexity, and a core of black currants and black olives help this wine stand out from the pack. Just ripe without overdoing it, the black fruits are deep and complex but also fresh and savory. Best from 2025." - JG (Dec 2023)

92 Points - James Suckling:
Notes of blackberries and mulberries with hints of dried orange peel, dark licorice, anisette and walnuts. Full and creamy with polished tannin structure. Sleek and smooth on the finish.