The 2015 growing season in Napa Valley started out with unseasonably warm temperatures in the late winter and early spring. This resulted in an early bud break and bloom. Colder temperatures in May, during the peak of bloom, caused uneven fruit set which ultimately resulted in much smaller crop in 2015, compared to both average yields and also the three abundant years that preceded it. We sourced Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from prominent Napa Valley appellations: Rutherford, Calistoga, Oakville and St. Helena to craft this fun and diverse wine. The fruit from Rutherford adds structure to the wine while the fruit from Oakville adds plushness, intensity from St. Helena grapes and freshness from the Calistoga appellation. The grapes were fermented on skins for an average of 55 days and aged in French Oak barrels, 42% new, for 20 months.