2003 Rubicon Estate - Cabernet Sauvignon Captain's Reserve 750ml

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Customer Reviews For This Wine

Rating: 80
Author: tommy
Trust Rating: 98
Tasted On: 10/01/2010

Rating: 95
Author: Darin
Tasted On: 07/26/2010

Author: Collins G
Tasted On: 12/26/2009
Loved it. A little more fruit forward than the Rubicon

Rating: 90
Author: Jim R474
Tasted On: 03/07/2009
Drink Dates: 2009-2012
very smooth - definitely ready to drink

Rating: 92
Author: Jose R974
Tasted On: 12/28/2008
very good

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About This Producer

The Rubicon Estate Winery (formerly Niebaum-Coppola Winery and Inglenook Winery) is located in Rutherford, California in the heart of Napa Valley. The winery sits on a portion of the historic Napa property first acquired in 1879 by Finnish Sea Captain Gustave Niebaum, founder of the Inglenook Winery.

In 1975, Francis Ford Coppola and his wife Eleanor purchased Niebaum's Victorian home, along with 120 acres of surrounding vineyards. In 1995, Coppola reunited the two original Inglenook parcels by purchasing the grand Inglenook chateau and surrounding vineyards (neighboring vineyards now include Heitz Wine Cellars Martha's Vineyard and Beaulieu Vineyard Georges de Latour). The winery underwent a name change in early 2006, and is now known as Rubicon Estate.

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