Grand Napa

2010 Proprietary Red Wine

Red Blend •Grand Napa

California: Napa Valley

Offer Expired:Feb 26, 2016 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


Sanus vitae

Today’s featured wine is the marvelous Grand Napa Wine 2010 Proprietary Red, which was carefully created by none other than Tom Rees, the former assistant winemaker at St. Supéry and Rombauer Vineyards.

Tom put all his knowledge, experience and skill into crafting this balanced, delicious blend. Today’s delectable wine is wonderfully balanced, with an aroma and flavor profile that splits evenly - and intriguingly - between savory and fruit-forward, giving the wine plenty of appeal.

Aromas show your nose some elegant loving, with sweet fruit of cherry, raspberry, mulberry and plum, with savory spice, chocolate, toasty oak and subtle tobacco notes.

Bold flavors lead off with savory tobacco, pie spice, leather, tobacco, dark minerals, oak, baker’s chocolate and dried herbs. Fruit follows on, with black cherry, blackberry, plum and cassis.

Hurry and make your selection - before this highly recommended wine sells out! At 52% off we don’t expect it to last the day.

Tasting Profile


Pure crimson, with perfect clarity from the heart of the wine to the edge of the glass.


Blackberry, blueberry, Bing cherry, plum, fig, ripe nectarine, leather, spice, dried fall leaves and spice.


Black cherry juice out in front, followed by blackberry, plum, grilled nectarine, leather, baking spice, dark chocolate, cocoa powder and toasty oak.


Very long and packed with dark fruit, gradually drying as integrated tannins spread a bit of plush velvet across the palate.


Enjoy this wine with a pasta Bolognese or a your favorite grilled steak.

What the Winery Says

Tom Rees
Napa Valley
Blend Composition
56% Sangiovese, 29% Zinfandel, 15% Petite Syrah
Titratable Acidity
5.3 g/L
Residual Sugar
0.1 g/L

About the Winery

Offer Expired:Feb 26, 2016 at 11:59 pm
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