Wineries to Watch

Four new Cabernet producers making exceptional wines

Wineries to Watch
Bella Oaks owner Suzanne Deal Booth purchased the vineyard in 2010; it had previously provided fruit for Heitz. (Suzanne Becker Bronk)
From the Nov 15, 2021, issue

While landmark wineries continue to produce quality wines, newer, small producers in Napa are demanding the attention of Cabernet Sauvignon lovers. Wine Spectator profiles four wineries whose bottlings are worth adding to your cellar.

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