The inaugural release of the Chateau Buena Vista Cabernet Sauvignon celebrates and honors Buena Vista's indelible presence and significant contributions to the California wine world. Buena Vista has returned to Napa Valley, where Cabernet is the King, if not the Count. Sourced from vineyards from Yountville to St. Helena, the wine was aged for 28 months before being racked and aged an additional four months in French oak barrels, 40% new, for final aging. It was then bottled unfiltered. Tasting Panel Magazine scored this 95 points saying "This wine celebrates Buena Vista's long history in Napa Valley, with grapes sourced from all over the region, including St. Helena, Rutherford, Stags Leap and Calistoga -and the label showcasing the impressive edifice at Buena Vista, depicts the winery built by its founder; Count Agoston Haraszthy, in the late 19th century. Taste the tilled soil, the dusty cherry-chocolate cedar and the opulent, finely grained tannins that over deliver for the price in this deep magenta-hued powerhouse."