Jocelyn Lonen Napa Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon Two - Pack

by Wootbot

It’s All About Family

There’s something about drinking a wine from a small family winery.

To know that each sip comes from a love and a passion that was handed down to the next generation. To know that each bottle is a tribute to the progenitor’s dream, and that if the kids screw it up, they might just have to deal with the founder’s angry vengeful spirit some dark and stormy night.

Today’s two pack of Jocelyn Lonen Napa Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon is a wonderful example of the way a labor of love can become a form of respect. This wine has been overseen by Brandi Jocelyn Pack, daughter of Lonen Curtis, the founder of Jocelyn Lonen Winery. After his passing in 2004, Brandi continued in his memory, working hard to create this 2005 Reserve that even received 89 points from Robert Parker.

Parker puts it best: “Aromas of creme de cassis, blackberries, tobacco leaves, and pain grille emerge from the medium-bodied, elegant, nicely restrained but beautifully flavored, well- balanced.” And who are we to argue with The Wine Advocate? They’d slap us down and pour out a bottle over our faces if we even tried. And not even a bottle of Jocelyn Lonen Napa Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon. They’d use some lesser wine that we couldn’t even enjoy, just to teach us a lesson.

With grapes that come from vineyards like Stagecoach, Krupp, Bennett Ranch and Temple, we expect you’ll find these two bottles of 2005 Jocelyn Lonen Napa Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon make for a wonderful continuation of Lonen Curtis’ dream.

2005 Jocelyn Lonen Napa Valley Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon:

  • Production: 500 cases
  • Oak: 75% New, 100% French
  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • Blend: 92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Cabernet Franc,2% Malbec
  • Vineyards: Stagecoach, Krupp, Bennett Ranch, Temple

Rules and restrictions:

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  • You must be 21 or older to order
  • Whoever receives the package must be 21 or older
  • If you're drunk when the package shows up, you will not be allowed to receive it
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