Caymus Vineyards California Wine Cabernet Sauvignon Caymus Vineyards and the Wagner both have a long history in the Napa valley area. The Wagner family moved to the area in 1906, following the San Francisco earthquake. They started planting planting vineyards that same year in the Rutherford appellation. By 1915, they were growing their own grapes for use in bulk wines. In 1941, before America entered World War 2, the Wagner family bought 73 acres of prime vineyard land in Rutherford.
The German army's official surrender in Reims on 8 May 1945 - Victory in Europe (VE) day - tasted particularly sweet for local Champagne winemakers who spent World War Two outfoxing the occupying forces, writes Julian Hitner.
Italian Super Tuscan - Balanced acidity and a velvety mouthfeel best describes the En Primeur Super Tuscan. With bursting flavours of plum, cassis, cherry, and red currant, blended with subtle notes of leather, spice and licorice it’s no wonder this fruit friendly wine is perfect for food pairing with famous Italian dishes.