Staglin Family Vineyard

2021 Cabernet Sauvignon

2023 Offering
Premiere Napa Valley
Auction 27 | Lot No. 122
Vintage: 2021

Staglin Family Vineyard

Cabernet Sauvignon

5 cases produced


  • Single-barrel selection of our winemaking team’s favorite barrel from the 2021 vintage
  • 100% Clone 337 Cabernet Sauvignon from vines planted in 1997
  • Estate grown, produced and bottled on our organic Rutherford Bench estate
  • This wine showcases a powerful expression of the estate with great depth of complexity and structure


We normally blend Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot with our Cabernet Sauvignon, so it is rare we make a 100% variety. Your wine is sourced from older vines on the property and is a favorite of winemakers Fredrik Johansson and Matt Peterson. It boasts the classic character of Rutherford Dust.

Wine Facts

  • Wine is unfiltered
  • Single vineyard wine
  • Organically produced (also commonly called "organically grown")
  • Wine is 100% estate grown and bottled

Fredrik Johansson

Winemaker, Staglin Family Vineyard

Winemaker, Fredrik Johansson

I previously worked with consulting winemaker Thomas Rivers Brown, taking the traditional route of an apprentice to acquire my knowledge and expertise. I began my 'education' at Nicholson Ranch in Sonoma, continued it at Two Hands Wines in Australia and honed it further at Outpost Wines on Howell Mountain, where I also oversaw several of Thomas' consulting projects, including Schrader Cellars and Maybach Family Vineyards. Since 2007 I have been the winemaker at Staglin Family Vineyard where I have had the fortune of collaborating with two legends in the industry, Michel Rolland and David Abreu.

Country born: United States

Education: University of California, Berkeley - Political Science & English. Mentors: Thomas Rivers Brown; Micheal Twelftree/Matt Wenk; Michel Rolland. Internships: Two Hands Wines, Australia

Years in the wine industry: 15-20 years

Honors / Awards:

Winemaking Philosophy:
It's been turned into a cliche these days, but it really is true: winemaking starts (and in most respects, in my opinion, ends) in the vineyard. Wines are, or at least should strive to be, a reflection and expression of time and place, so work as hard as you can or need to in the vineyard to help the vines produce their best possible crop, then don't mess it up or be too heavy-handed with it in the winery. A few guiding words: Respect, transparency, texture, balance, elegance, and varietal correctness.

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