Conn Creek Winery

Conn Creek's enduring commitment to Bordeaux-styled red wines started in 1973 when it was founded by Bill and Kathy Collins. Conn Creek was among a small group leading a renaissance of the Napa Valley and played an important part in establishing Napa Valley's reputation as a fine wine growing region. In 1979, the Collins family built what is now Conn Creek Winery in the Rutherford appellation This energy-efficient facility was perhaps the first "green" winery building in Napa Valley and includes 12"-thick walls made of Styrofoam, steel mesh, gunite and a total of 20,000 corks. Today, nearly 40 years after its founding, Conn Creek is still focused on what Napa Valley does best: Cabernet Sauvignon and other Bordeaux varietals.

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Conn Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2014
90  James Suckling 
James Suckling 90A soft and fruity red with pleasant chocolate, currant and light walnut character. Medium body, light tannins and a pleasing texture. Drink or hold

Conn Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2013
"Raspberry dusted with cocoa opens to floral cedar and a hint of mocha. The raspberry cocoa core continues on the palate with notes of toasted spice. Large framed for Cabernet Franc but well-balanced and typical of the powerful 2013 vintage." ~Winery Notes

Conn Creek Cabernet Sauvignon 2011
"Cherry, currant, plum and pomegranate mingle with toasted pecan, cocoa powder and a lightoverlay of vanilla. Bright red fruits dominate a lively palate that emphasizes nuance over boldness." ~ Winery Notes