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Jeanne Marie

Jean Marie Cabernet Sauvignon

Jean Marie Cabernet Sauvignon

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Region: California

Country: United States

Volume: 750ml

Once upon a vineyard nestled in the heart of a prestigious wine region, a tale of passion and tradition unfolded with every grape that grew under the sun. From this fertile ground, Jeanne Marie Cabernet Sauvignon was born—a wine that carries the whispers of the past and the promise of the future.

Picture a deep ruby-red elixir, almost garnet at the edges, as it pours into the glass. The wine's color tells a story of maturity and depth, hinting at the richness within. With the first swirl, the air is filled with a symphony of aromas. Luscious blackcurrant, ripe black cherry, and succulent plum dance together, accompanied by subtle notes of vanilla, cedar, and a touch of tobacco. These scents are the wine's lullaby, each note a memory of its time resting in quality oak barrels.

Now, take a sip and let the story unfold on your palate. The wine, full-bodied and robust, greets you with a firm tannic embrace, beautifully balanced by a harmonious acidity. Flavors of ripe black fruits entwine with hints of dark chocolate and spice, painting a vivid picture of the vineyards and the hands that nurtured the grapes to perfection. The wine's long, elegant finish is the final chapter, leaving you with a lingering, contemplative moment to savor its complexities.

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About Winemaker

Jeanne Marie

The Jeanne Marie label was created by David Gordon, one of New York’s first recognized sommeliers, and
the person responsible for the Wine Spectator Grand Award-winning wine list at Manhattan’s famed Tribeca
Grill restaurant. The restaurant opened in 1990 by restaurateur Drew Nieporent and actor Robert DeNiro.
Gordon, who is self-taught, began learning about wine in the 1980s just as Kevin Zraly was beginning to
educate America on the world of wine. At the time, there were very few non-French somms working in the
city and the British-born Court of Master Sommeliers was in its infancy.
“You had to pick up a book or magazine to learn about wine,” says Gordon. There were no YouTubes or Google or extensive training programs. The
list now boasts over 1800 selections including verticals of some of the most sought-after producers.
While he tasted and learned about the best wines on the planet, which included expensive Burgundies and Rhône wines, Gordon always kept the
consumer top of mind. “House” Cab and Chard were big sellers at the restaurant, so he set out to meet that demand with a genuine product that
would deliver consistent quality.
“I started the Jeanne Marie line as a fun, cool thing to do,” says Gordon. “There really weren’t any wines associated with sommeliers at the time.
Now there are many, but these were definitely among the first. I named the wine after the person I worship, my wife of 30+ years- Jeanne Marie.”
In the beginning, Gordon sourced the wines from his friends in Napa and Sonoma. Producers such as Caymus, Lewis Cellars, and Miner Family
provided grapes and helped with the winemaking for the early cuvées. Gordon has kept to his original promise that wines with the Jeanne Marie
label will always be affordable and delicious. “People want ripe fruit and a clean taste that’s not too oaky or tannic,” he says. The wines are
refreshing, they can be drunk as an aperitif before dinner or with a meal.”
Wines bearing the Jeanne Marie label, much like David Gordon himself, are welcoming and unpretentious.

So..What's natural wine again?

  • No synthetic molecules in the vines
  • Plowing or other solutions to avoid chemical herbicides
  • Use of indigenous yeast
  • Handpicked grapes
  • Low to no filtering
  • Low to no sulfites
  • Winemaking that respects the grapes: no pumping or rough handling
    of the grapes
  • no micro-oxygenation

Not all of our wines are natural; some are simply organic or sustainable.
However, they're all delicious and good for you!