We are committed to producing the world’s finest estate-grown wines, known for their quality, consistency and longevity. We are also stewards of the land; our vineyards are certified organic and Biodynamic® and we have converted to solar power at the winery. In harmony with nature, our wines are truly expressive of their terroir.
The following is a list of wines that are available from GRGICH HILLS. These wines are not necessarily in stock or available in all provinces. Please see our online catalogue to find out which wines are available in each province.
Cabernet Sauvignon92 Points Wine Spectator
“ Savory herb and ripe currant, berry and plum aromas are firm and intense. Full-bodied and well-structured, with the tannins gaining traction on the finish. Rustic but balanced. Best from 2010 through 2016. 14,520 cases made. JL ” July 2009
Cabernet Sauvignon94 Points Natalie MacLean
“ Stunning concentration and depth of flavour! Layers of gorgeously ripe blackberries woven through with a smoky thread. Terrific structure and a long, supremely satisfying finish. ” April 2010
Cabernet Sauvignon94 Points Wine Align
“ This blockbuster of a wine is certified biodynamically grown. Opaque ruby with a hint of garnet. Cassis, mocha, mineral/graphite, black licorice and woodsmoke. Dry, fruit driven, but with good structure from velvety tannins. Big, lushly textured wine that may be cellared 2+ years. Also a good choice for dishes such as veal medallions in a red wine sauce. ” June 2011
Cabernet Sauvignon93 Points Natalie MacLean
“ Classic and enduring, this staple Cabernet in the heart of Napa Valley is made from biodynamically grown grapes. Black fruit and anise abound wrapped in woodsmoke. Perfect wedding gift. Food matches: veal medallions in a red wine sauce. ” June 2011
Cabernet Sauvignon92 Points The Globe and Mail
“ Croatia-native Mike Grgich produces splendidly balanced wines from organic, biodynamically grown grapes. This full-bodied red shows a smooth, polished core, with a Bordeaux-like nuance of minerals and well-integrated tannins. Decant it if you can and pair it with roast beef or rare duck breast. It could also improve with up to 15 years in the cellar. ” June 2011
Cabernet Sauvignon96 Points Wine Review Online
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Cabernet Sauvignon96 Points Wine Talk by Robert Whitley
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Cabernet SauvignonTop 10 Exciting Napa Cabernets Under $70 Wine Spectator
“ A wine that offers a tight, focused beam of loamy earth, dried dark berry, cedar, anise and espresso. Features good length, with gripping tannins. Shows Grgich Hills at the top of its Cabernet game. Best from 2015 through 2026. 14,290 cases made. —J.L. ” August 2013
2008 Cabernet Sauvignon90 Points Wine Enthusiast Magazine
“ This wine presents an old-fashioned style, marked by hard, numbing tannins that frame ripe flavors of blackberries, licorice, cherries, mocha and black currants. Hard to tell where it’s going beyond the next six years, but give it a proper decanting and drink with roasted or grilled meats ” June 2012
2008 Cabernet Sauvignon96 Points Natalie MacLean
“ ...this is one of Napa’s most spectacular cabernets. It’s complex, balanced, full-bodied with dark fruit and smoke interplays. A finish that goes on forever. ” April 2012
Grgich Hills Estate
Grgich Hills Estate co-founders Mike Grgich and Austin Hills introduce the new historic display in the winery's tasting room.