Napa: OPEN for Business

While most everyone in Napa and Sonoma has been affected by the recent wildfires in some way or another, damage isn’t widespread. The 2017 crop will make wine as spectacular as ever, and the best part? Tasting rooms are open and the wine is flowing! In fact, the biggest threat to Napa and Sonoma’s wine industry is the misperception that the fires devastated the region. The reality is that the Napa and Sonoma are thriving and their tasting rooms are open! Tastings.com shares three award-winning Napa wines to buy now.
Avinodos

Avinodos

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Avinodos 2014 Oak Knoll District Malbec is a 94-pointer from Napa. Our judges loved this rich and spicy wine with great table appeal. We recommend pairing with a grilled flank steak with bacon balsamic glaze. Visit the Avinodos tasting room in Napa where the winery specializes in memorable private experiences.

Italics

Italics

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Italics is known for their plush and persistent Bordeaux varietal wines. Our panelists were blown away by their velvety Cabernet-dominated blend, the 2014 Proprietary Red Wine grown on their Coombsville estate. Italics knows that their estate offers something special, they say "there's no better way to experience Italics than to come to the source." Choose from unique experiences like a lux private tasting compete with a tour of their 16,000 sq. ft. of caves or go on an adventuresome off-road winery exploration.

Hagafen

Hagafen

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Hagafen, a Napa winery and tasting room located on the Silverado Trail, offers beautiful wines that routinely achieve high scores from Tastings.com. Their estate offers views just as breathtaking as their wine's resonant flavors. The 2014 Estate Bottled Cabernet Sauvignon is a recent judge favorite and a dream when paired with herb crusted lamb chops. Visit their tasting room tucked in 12 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vines, and keep an eye out for the estate's resident chickens!

Avinodos
Italics
Hagafen
Napa: OPEN for Business
While most everyone in Napa and Sonoma has been affected by the recent wildfires in some way or another, damage isn’t widespread. The 2017 crop will make wine as spectacular as ever, and the best part? Tasting rooms are open and the wine is flowing! In fact, the biggest threat to Napa and Sonoma’s wine industry is the misperception that the fires devastated the region. The reality is that the Napa and Sonoma are thriving and their tasting rooms are open! Tastings.com shares three award-winning Napa wines to buy now.

Avinodos

Avinodos
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Avinodos 2014 Oak Knoll District Malbec is a 94-pointer from Napa. Our judges loved this rich and spicy wine with great table appeal. We recommend pairing with a grilled flank steak with bacon balsamic glaze. Visit the Avinodos tasting room in Napa where the winery specializes in memorable private experiences.

Italics

Italics
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Italics is known for their plush and persistent Bordeaux varietal wines. Our panelists were blown away by their velvety Cabernet-dominated blend, the 2014 Proprietary Red Wine grown on their Coombsville estate. Italics knows that their estate offers something special, they say "there's no better way to experience Italics than to come to the source." Choose from unique experiences like a lux private tasting compete with a tour of their 16,000 sq. ft. of caves or go on an adventuresome off-road winery exploration.

Hagafen

Hagafen
Photo Credit: Tastings.com
Hagafen, a Napa winery and tasting room located on the Silverado Trail, offers beautiful wines that routinely achieve high scores from Tastings.com. Their estate offers views just as breathtaking as their wine's resonant flavors. The 2014 Estate Bottled Cabernet Sauvignon is a recent judge favorite and a dream when paired with herb crusted lamb chops. Visit their tasting room tucked in 12 acres of Cabernet Sauvignon vines, and keep an eye out for the estate's resident chickens!