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2014 Singer Cellars Aria Petit Verdot Oak Knoll Napa Valley California
SRP: $50 Bottle/ $600 Case
1-27 Cases Landed Profit Margin: 53.75%
28+ Cases Landed Profit Margin: 57.42%
FOB Profit Margin: 63.33%
DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL - 96pts
2017 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
Fruit-forward, smooth and balanced, Singer Cellars wines are Bordeaux varietals and
blends produced from Napa Valley grapes.
We practice the old-world winemaking method of bâtonnage, or stirring the lees.
This process enhances the wine’s structure, gives it extra body, increases the aromatic complexity, and produces a velvety rich mouthfeel.
Each wine ages for up to 20 months in French oak barrels. 40% is new, with the
balance in used French oak barrels. Drinkable upon release, our wines benefit from
additional cellar aging, which allows the wine’s complexities to develop and reveal themselves.
In Napa Valley, Petit Verdot is a hot topic of conversation with winemakers. Known for its dark color and deep flavors when used in blends, this special Bordeaux grape variety grows extremely well in the warm areas of the valley. The latest example is the delicious new release of the 2014 Aria Red Blend from Singer Cellars.
Made with 92% Petit Verdot and smaller portions of Merlot and Cabernet Franc, this opulent red wine features fragrant aromas of ripe berries, black fruits, wild herbs, roasted espresso beans, and cigar box. On the palate, the flavors profile is highlighted with deep notes of fresh blackberry cobbler, black raspberry, blueberry, cassis, licorice and dark chocolate truffle; chewy tannins; balanced structure; and meticulous attention to detail that leads to a lingering finish.
With fine cuisine, these generous flavors are ideal to pair with blue cheeses, hearty Italian cuisine, wild game, grilled steaks, and rack of lamb.
Singer Cellars showcases Barry Singer’s passion for classic Bordeaux varietal blends.
In 2004 Barry pursued a lifelong dream and began making wine. Fast-forward to today, and Singer Cellars is garnering awards and recognition for its silky, accessible yet robust red wines. The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition just awarded three of its highest awards to these 2014 vintages: Merlot–Best of Class, Aria–Double Gold, and Rhapsody–Gold.
composition 92% Petite Verdot, 5% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc
appellation Napa Valley
aging 20 Months in French Oak Barrels, 40% new oak
harvest October 5, 2015
bottled June 10, 2015
released Winter 2017