Stringer Cellars

Three Brothers
2019 Cabernet Sauvignon
Napa Valley

2021 Offering
Premiere Napa Valley
Auction 25 | Lot No. 146
Vintage

2019

Stringer Cellars

Three Brothers

Cabernet Sauvignon
Napa Valley

5 cases produced

Highlights

  • 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Rocky Ridge on Howell Mountain, Ghost Block in Yountville and Stagecoach Vineyard
  • Barrel fermented in new 60-gallon French oak barrels to maximize extraction while softening tannin
  • Three vineyards were blended in equal parts to best show their distinct signature terroir
  • Aging for 19 months in 66% new French oak, the wine is deep, structured and will reward patience

Wine Facts

  • Wine is unfiltered
  • Sustainably produced

Casey Stringer

Winemaker, Stringer Cellars

Winemaker, Casey Stringer

Casey Stringer was raised in the midwest by a family of food and wine lovers. While in high-school his family was traveling in the Bay area to visit prospective colleges and due to unforeseen circumstance had several days open up in their busy travel schedule. They decided to head to the Napa Valley. It was in Napa where Casey fell in love with the wine-country lifestyle, vineyard filled landscapes and wine. Casey ended up going to photography school in Santa Barbara and working at wineries in the nearby Santa Ynez Valley. From there he moved north to work at wineries in Napa, then Oregon and eventually New Zealand to attend school for a formal education in winemaking. After meeting his wife and moving back to to Wisconsin, he took a hiatus from the wine-industry to work in management for his families manufacturing business. In 2015 wine called him back and Stringer Cellars was born.

Country born: USA

Education: Wine Education- Eastern Institute of Technology- Napier New Zealand
Internships at wineries on both the North and South Island of New Zealand
Winery Employment in Santa Barbara, Oregon, Napa

Years in the wine industry: 15-20 years

Winemaking Philosophy:
To showcase the beautiful fruit flavors that the California sunshine has blessed us with. I pick at optimal ripeness while the the fruit is bright and then show restraint in cellar.

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