Grgich Hills is about as iconic as it gets in these partsf., and they haven’t skipped a beat since Mike Grgich made the wine that hurt France’s feelings back in ‘76. This full-bodied, beauty of a blend is a testament to the vintage, the vineyards, and the skill of the winemaking team. This is a Cabernet that exhibits inviting aromas of dark red fruit, blood orange and fresh plum on the nose, with undertones of rose petals, cinnamon bun, and gingerbread. Flavors of dark fruit, black olives and blackberries, are followed by hints of earth and savory dried herbs. Plus, it pairs perfectly with barbecued ribs, rack of lamb or ratatouille.