World’s End, Stir it up, 2014

1.299,00 DKK inc. vat

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

Wine Enthusiast

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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, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2014

World's End, a producer renowned for its fusion of French winemaking methods and the distinct terroir of Napa Valley, presents this 2014 Cabernet Sauvignon. Sourced from the finest vineyards in the region, this wine embodies the richness and depth associated with its grape variety.

This 2014 vintage has earned high acclaim, scoring 96 from James Suckling and 94 from Wine Enthusiast, cementing its place among exceptional wines. The selected year is notable for yielding wines with a harmonious balance of acidity and flavor.

With an alcohol content of 14.5%, this wine showcases its full-bodied nature. The production process is meticulously carried out, from grape selection to fermentation and maturation, preserving the distinctive traits of the Cabernet Sauvignon grape and the Napa Valley terroir.

The flavor profile of this wine is multifaceted, offering an array of intense, rich flavors courtesy of the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The taste journey it provides is one to be relished.

The Napa Valley region, famed for its conducive climate and diverse soil types, is an ideal location for growing Cabernet Sauvignon. This geographical attribute is reflected in the wine, offering an additional layer of intrigue for wine enthusiasts.

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