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Francis Ford Coppola has a long family history with wine making. He was first exposed to the wine making process while growing up in New York. During this time, his grandfather and uncles would make wine in the basement of their apartment using the grapes that they had shipped in from California. In 1962, Francis met his wife Eleanor on the set of his first feature film. The two later moved to San Francisco and subsequently became the owners of a substantial and beautiful wine estate. Eleanor...
Voluptuous body with supple tannins. Bursting with red and black fruit notes, toasted spices, and an intriguing floral nuance.
The 2015 Diamond Collection Claret is a combination of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and Petit Verdot grapes. These grapes were harvested from the Coppola estate and other vineyards located in Napa, Sonoma, and El Dorado. This combination of climates resulted in a great complexity and an excellent balance for the wine.
- 91 Points -
July 2017See detailed press review
- 90 Points -
- Editor's Choice -
December 2017See detailed press review
- 90 Points -
Modern, plush, chocolaty.
Made from 100% Cabernet Sauvignon and inspired by name Claret--a term used in reference to Bordelaise-type red wines.
This one however is completely modern; chocolaty and ripe with aromas of black raspberry, black cherry, cassis and licorice with vanilla. It is plush, chocolaty and laden with a bushel of berries, on the palate. Powdery tannins linger alongside vanilla flavours.See detailed press review