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label Lyndenhurst 2014

2014 Lyndenhurst Cabernet Sauvignon

The name Lyndenhurst comes from our Estate’s storied past—Lyndenhurst was one of the former names of the historic winegrowing property that is now known as Spottswoode. Fragrant Linden trees planted around the gazebo in the late 1800s provided the inspiration for the name, and though only the center pole of the gazebo remains, the trees still bloom in our beautiful gardens today. We chose an image of our pre-prohibition stone winery building to grace the label.

Spottswoode’s long history as a family-owned wine estate, along with our deep winemaking expertise and passionate attention to detail, allows us to craft a Cabernet Sauvignon that is alluring, expressive, and delicious. Lyndenhurst is made with the same care and intention as our Spottswoode Estate Cabernet and offers the depth, character, and quality for which we are known.

Winemaker Notes: The 2014 Lyndenhurst Cabernet Sauvignon is fruit forward, supple, and demonstrative. Made from grapes grown in our estate vineyard along with those from other exceptional sites, Lyndenhurst is a compelling Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, bright and beautifully balanced with abundant youthful appeal—the perfect wine to drink while your Spottswoode Estate Cabernet ages gracefully in your cellar!

Fact Sheet
  • SOURCE OF GRAPES
    Spottswoode Estate Vineyard, St. Helena
    Darms Lane, Oak Knoll
    Knightsbridge, Knights Valley
    Oakville Ranch, Oakville
    Young Inglewood, St. Helena
  • APPELLATION
    Napa Valley
  • OAK PROFILE
    Aged 20 months
    French oak barrels (new 40%)
  • BLENDING DETAIL
    Cabernet Sauvignon 90%
    Cabernet Franc 3%
    Petit Verdot 3%
    Malbec 2%
    Merlot 2%
  • RELEASE DATE
    September 1, 2017
  • WINERY RETAIL PRICE
    $85 per 750 ml bottle
Fact Sheet
“This Napa Valley winery has moved to the forefront among California Cabernets.”

Harvey Steinman, The Wine Spectator

label Lyndenhurst 2014
“This Napa Valley winery has moved to the forefront among California Cabernets.”

Harvey Steinman, The Wine Spectator

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