Sullivan Rutherford Estate James O'Neil Cabernet Sauvignon Red Wine 2015 750ml

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  • The jewel of the Sullivan property, "James O'Neil" is the Reserve wine program and namesake of their estate's founder, James O'Neil Sullivan. This Cabernet Sauvignon's density and structure will carry it for decades.
Brand Sullivan Rutherford Estate
Appellation Napa Valley, California
Vintage 2015
Oak Treatment French Oak
Aging
Total Varietal Composition % 100% Cabernet Sauvignon

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The jewel of the Sullivan property, "James O'Neil" is the Reserve wine program and namesake of their estate's founder, James O'Neil Sullivan. This Cabernet Sauvignon's density and structure they carry it for decades, yet its suppleness and softness invites you to enjoy it now. Blackberry and cherry paired with minerality and Rutherford's earthy character jump from the glass. Big and powerful on the palate, the wine has a sense of luxury all the way around.

Situated in the heart of Napa Valley, Sullivan Rutherford Estate spans of 26 acres of vineyards and lush gardens. At the center are the family residence and winery which are open to visitors with an advance appointment. For nearly fifty years the Estate has been an oasis for artists, chefs, friends and wine lovers, and to this day remains a destination for discerning travelers.

The Estate was founded in 1972 by James ("Jim") O’Neil Sullivan, a visionary and pioneer of Rutherford, a premier Napa Valley appellation for Cabernet Sauvignon. Jim's passion for creating great wine predated the 1976 Judgement of Paris which famously recognized Napa Valley wines as among the best in the world.

Today, the Estate continues to build on its legacy of growing and crafting world class Cabernet Sauvignon. Under new ownership in 2018, the team is deeply investing in its vineyard programs and plans are underway to build a state of the art winery beginning in late 2020.