There is a stylistic distinctiveness in each wine crafted from our estate that reflects the profound character of our vineyard.

— Roger Bower, Proprietor
Estate Selection

2014 Crown Point Estate Selection

November 2017 Release

Opaque purple in color, this Bordeaux blend is a great representation of Crown Point in 2014. Jumping from the glass is a sumptuous and savory nose of crème de cassis, baking spice, subtle kirsch, and black raspberries. The debut release of Crown Point Estate Selection is a decadently textured wine that seamlessly weaves together toasty oak, polished tannins, and bright acidity in a provocative and uncompromised package. Quite opulent and hard to resist now, its impeccable balance will allow it to evolve for years to come. Expect it to reach the peak of integration and showing off a full display of complex aromas and flavors by 2024.

Relevant Red

2013 Crown Point Relevant Red

95 Points Wine Enthusiast

The 2013 Crown Point Relevant Red is a proprietary estate blend intended to capture the essence of the property while showcasing the distinct characteristics of the different grape varieties that make up this cuveé. The wine possesses an opaque black/purple color along with an elegant perfume of violets, as well as hints of blackberry and cassis liqueurs. The palate shows off great fruit density and concentration, with a precision, freshness and refined level of tannins that are indicative of an optimal drinking window beginning in 2018 and continuing to improve until at least 2025.

Cabernet Sauvignon

2013 Crown Point Cabernet Sauvignon

96 Points Wine Enthusiast

The 2013 Crown Point Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is a powerful and exuberant example of what winemaker Adam Henkel calls “the greatest red wine grape in the world”. A pure expression of Cabernet Sauvignon, the nose shows hints of truffle, espresso, subtle charcoal, and cassis while the mouthfeel builds layers upon layers of extravagant richness with its notes of dark red fruits, toast and graphite. Full-bodied, with a tannin structure reminiscent of crushed velvet, it is a very young wine that should hit its prime in about 10 years (2025). Patience will be rewarded.

2014 Crown Point Estate Selection

November 2017 Release

Opaque purple in color, this Bordeaux blend is a great representation of Crown Point in 2014. Jumping from the glass is a sumptuous and savory nose of crème de cassis, baking spice, subtle kirsch, and black raspberries. The debut release of Crown Point Estate Selection is a decadently textured wine that seamlessly weaves together toasty oak, polished tannins, and bright acidity in a provocative and uncompromised package. Quite opulent and hard to resist now, its impeccable balance will allow it to evolve for years to come. Expect it to reach the peak of integration and showing off a full display of complex aromas and flavors by 2024.

2013 Crown Point Cabernet Sauvignon

96 Points Wine Enthusiast

The 2013 Crown Point Estate Cabernet Sauvignon is a powerful and exuberant example of what winemaker Adam Henkel calls “the greatest red wine grape in the world”. A pure expression of Cabernet Sauvignon, the nose shows hints of truffle, espresso, subtle charcoal, and cassis while the mouthfeel builds layers upon layers of extravagant richness with its notes of dark red fruits, toast and graphite. Full-bodied, with a tannin structure reminiscent of crushed velvet, it is a very young wine that should hit its prime in about 10 years (2025). Patience will be rewarded.

2013 Crown Point Relevant Red

95 Points Wine Enthusiast

The 2013 Crown Point Relevant Red is a proprietary estate blend intended to capture the essence of the property while showcasing the distinct characteristics of the different grape varieties that make up this cuveé. The wine possesses an opaque black/purple color along with an elegant perfume of violets, as well as hints of blackberry and cassis liqueurs. The palate shows off great fruit density and concentration, with a precision, freshness and refined level of tannins that are indicative of an optimal drinking window beginning in 2018 and continuing to improve until at least 2025.