World’s End, If six was nine, 2014

649,00 DKK inc. vat

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Additional information

Weight 1,6 kg
Dimensions 7,5 × 7,5 × 30 cm
James Suckling

Wine Enthusiast

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Grape blend

92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Merlot, 2 % Cabernet Franc

Alcohol level

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Cardboard Box

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Napa Valley: A Very French Ambition

With an international background and an established reputation in Bordeaux, it is no surprise that Jonathan Maltus decided to expand his winemaking endeavors beyond France. His Napa Valley venture started in 2008 with the goal of introducing a French winemaking perspective to the New World. Initially a collaboration, by 2017 Maltus chose to take full control of the winemaking process, aiming to enhance the quality and precision of the wines. Maltus sources fruit from only the finest growing partners, particularly from the most exclusive vineyards around To-Kalon, Oakville. As a result, the World's End wines have achieved an unmatched quality, beating their rhythm louder and harder than ever before. The Napa Valley venture is a testament to Maltus' dedication and passion for winemaking. By fusing traditional French methods with the unique terroir of Napa Valley, Maltus has successfully crafted wines that defy convention and delight the palate.

World's End, Red Wine, 2014

This 2014 World's End Red Wine is a masterful blend of grapes from Napa Valley, USA. Comprising 92% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Merlot, and a touch of 2% Cabernet Franc, this wine presents a harmonious balance of flavors that is characteristic of the region's finest vineyards.

The wine's production process commences with a careful selection of the highest quality grapes, followed by a meticulous fermentation process. The alcohol level is maintained at 14.5%, providing a robust yet balanced taste profile.

On tasting, you will discover an array of flavors, with each sip revealing another layer of complexity. The Cabernet Sauvignon lends a rich, full-bodied profile, the Merlot adds a touch of softness, while the Cabernet Franc finishes with a hint of spice, making this wine a delightful experience for the palate.

Highly recognized by experts, this wine has received a 94-point score from James Suckling and a 91-point score from Wine Enthusiast, reflecting its superior quality and craftsmanship. This 2014 World's End Red Wine is not just a wine, but a testament to the rich wine heritage of Napa Valley.

Also check the category Red wine.