Is it worth it?  When you try a wine that comes from the greatest vineyard in the New World, made by a cult-level winemaker, will it stand-out so far above anything else, that’s it’s abundantly clear that it is worth it?  Absolutely… When we tasted Luc Morlet’s 2014 Coeur De Vallee Cabernet from the iconic Beckstoffer To-Kalon Vineyard in Oakville, the flavors were so profound and penetrating that they cut right through everything else we previously tasted, and we had to share it with you.

Emerging from one of the best blocks in To-Kalon Vineyard, the 100 case production 2014 Coeur De Vallee vividly depicts the incredible interaction of the well-drained, clay, gravelly, volcanic soils, and the site’s distinct micro-climate. The 2014 is made in a deep, enchanting style that’s both penetrating, regal, and elegant…

* World-Class Provenance and Pedigree
* Legendary Winemaker Luc Morlet
* Napa Valley Cabernet Oakville
* Iconic Beckstoffer To Kalon
* Jeb Dunnuck 97 POINTS
* Robert Parker 96 POINTS
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The Morlet Coeur De Vallee 2014 is a Tour De Force from Legendary Winemaker Luc Morlet. Sourced from one of the best vineyards in Napa where Cult Wines live and breed – To Kalon Beckstoffer – this is the definition of Napa Valley Cult Cabernet… virtually unobtainable worldwide, world-class pedigree, and huge ratings. Master-crafted for Fine Wine Collectors, and highly recommended for those who enjoy the best wines in the world. This is THE Crème de la Crème of Cabernet Sauvignon… Sante!



From Jeb Dunnuck, “… boasts an incredibly sexy, full-bodied, thrillingly textured profile as well as to-die-for notes of blueberries, black cherries, dried herbs, and flowers. This powerful, blockbuster-styled beauty checks in near the top of the vintage, and while already drinking beautifully, it will keep for 15-20 years.” Jeb Dunnuck 97 POINTS

From Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate,“…The wine is incredibly complex with a dense purple color, a striking bouquet of violets, forest floor, licorice, fruitcake, blackberry and blackcurrants. It is powerful and rich with supple tannins and extraordinary concentration and purity. This is a magnificent wine to drink over the next 25 or more years.” Robert Parker 96 POINTS

Luc is one of the world’s greatest winemakers and he has extensive winemaking experience in Burgundy, Bordeaux, Champagne, & Southern France.  In 1996 Luc replaced John Kongsgaard as winemaker at Newton Cellars through the 2000 vintage, and in 2001 Luc joined Peter Michael Winery, continuing the legacy of Helen Turley and Mark Aubert, where he crafted Peter Michael from 2001 through 2005.

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