2017 Lewis 'Reserve' Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 1.5L

$320.00 $350.00 (-9%)

The new releases are here and ready to enjoy! Lewis Cellars is in the heart of the Valley with expressions of some of the finest Cabernet and Chardonnay in Oakville, Rutherford, St. Helena, Carneros and Russian River. This tiny production winery sky rocketed in popularity in 2016 when their 2014 Cabernet was named Wine Spectator’s #1 Wine of The Year. Allocations are even tighter now so grab your share before the score hits!

“Lewis' style is a supersized, pedal-to-the-metal, open-throttle expression of flavor. Those characteristics run throughout the winery's lineup…Few wineries perform as consistently as Lewis." - Wine Spectator Randy Lewis spent a 23-year career pushing personal and mechanical limits as a race car driver, beginning as a Formula 3 driver in Europe. That’s where he fell in love with fine wine. He founded Lewis Cellars in 1992, and today he and his winemaker Josh Widaman, formerly of Pahlmeyer, are making the best wines in the history of the estate. In short, these are some of the most popular Napa Valley wines Bounty Hunter offers. They’re unrestrained, voluptuous wines that consistently score in the mid-to-high 90s. The feedback we get from you is enthusiastic across the board.

Cabernet Sauvignon
James McCeney
Napa Valley
Total Varietal Composition %:
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
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1.5 Liter Bottle

Wine Spectator

Ripe and winey in feel, with a wave of warm black currant and fig compote flavors rolling through, inlaid with cocoa, sweet tobacco and dark licorice notes. This moves slowly but assuredly. Drink now through 2032.


Jeb Dunnuck

Lastly, the 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve has a big, rich, mineral-laced style that's going to need bottle age. Black fruits, charcoal, graphite, tobacco, and scorched earth notes give way to a medium to full-bodied, concentrated, structured 2017 that does well in the vintage. The grippy tannins let you know it's a 2017, yet I do like the overall concentration here. Give bottles 3-4 years in the cellar, and it should keep nicely over the following decade.