Athair Wines

2012 Beckstoffer Georges III Vineyard Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

Cabernet Sauvignon •Beckstoffer Georges III Vineyard

California: Napa Valley

Offer Expired:Jul 19, 2015 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Elegant Powerhouse

As you know, wines from the fabled Beckstoffer vineyard consistently fetch $100 to $300 - sometimes more. It could be easily argued that Beckstoffer fruit is the best in America… and even the world.

Today’s 2012 Beckstoffer Georges III Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon from Athair Wines is simply astounding. We’re very proud to give you the opportunity to enjoy a Beckstoffer-grown Cabernet - for a fraction of the price of other Beckstoffer Cabs. Limit 4 bottles per customer.

Today’s wine is an elegant, complex and outrageously delicious powerhouse of a wine. We simply can’t get enough of it, figuratively and literally. This wine is knock-your-socks-off delicious - and very limited in availability. We’re glad that you have a chance to try this very exciting wine.

Tasting Profile


Inky, dark maroon with a solid, heavy core and gorgeous garnet edges. When swirled, the wine clings to the inside of the glass.


Lush and deeply fragrant, with bold black cherry, blackberry, blueberry pie, rich spice, lightly toasted oak, sweet tobacco, licorice, grilled fennel, cracked peppercorn and cocoa powder.


Layer upon luscious layer of flavors that perfectly reflect those elements found on the nose.


Incredibly long, with extended dark fruit flavors that tail off gradually as plush, velvet-smooth tannins weave a near mystical tale across your entire palate.


Serve this elegant wine with something deserving of it, like a perfectly cooked filet mignon - or Kobe… or even Wagyu!

What the Winery Says

Jim McMahon
70% new / 30% used French oak
120 cases
Bottling date
May 7, 2014
5.7 gr/L

About the Winery

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