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Everything about Screaming Eagle, Napa Valley California Cabernet Sauvignon wine producer profile, wine tasting notes, wine and food pairing tips, best vintages, history of the property, information on their wine making techniques, terroir and soil. You can also read about the Grapes used for California wine and learn about the extensive History of Napa Valley, California Wines Screaming Eagle History, Overview If any wine exemplifies the California Cult wine phenomena, it’s Screaming Eagle, which made its auspicious debut with their 1992 vintage.

Within two short years, the wine quickly shot to the top of the hot, must have collectible charts. In fact, the current price for the 1992 Screaming Eagle has soared to over $7,000! That’s per bottle, not per case! Screaming Eagle was purchased by the original owner and founder, Jean Phillips in 1986. Jean Phillips was a popular and successful realtor in the Napa valley. Jean Philips is responsible for helping many of the newer top wineries sell to their current owners.

Knowing where the best soils were, Jean Philips began acquiring land for Screaming Eagle in 1986 one small parcel at a time. For the first few years, the fruit was sold to various, local Napa wineries. In part, it was on the advice of Robert Mondavi that Jean Philips move from grower to wine maker as the wines made from that parcel of vines were special. Jean Phillips hired Heidi Barrett, (Wife of Bo Barrett from Montelena) as her first winemaker.

The debut vintage of Screaming Eagle was produced from the 1992 harvest. Here’s something most people don’t know. For the first Screaming Eagle vintage, part of the harvest was aged in a special barrel, with an engraved top. For good luck, that same barrel has been reused for each subsequent vintage of Screaming Eagle ever since. And yes, the new owners proudly carry on that tradition. Jean Phillips sold the winery in 2006 to Charles Banks and Stan Kroenke for a sum rumored to be in the neighborhood of 30 million dollars.

Although rumors said the sum was actually a lot more money. At that time, Andy Erickson was the winemaker and David Abreu managed the vineyards. The initial purchase was for a total of 57 acres. One of the first decisions the new owners made was to replant a large portion of their vineyards. The replanted close to 70% of their entire vineyard! This proved to be a shrewd move for numerous reasons. First, a large portion of the vineyard was being sold to other wineries.

By removing those vines, it allowed the new owners to terminate those contracts, keeping their entire harvest. Next, it allowed for the production of Screaming Eagle to increase and with their spare no expense attitude, they were also able to improve the wine they were producing at Screaming Eagle. The introduction of a second wine, further enhanced their level of quality. In April, 2009, Charles Banks and Stan Kroenke dissolved their partnership in Screaming Eagle.

This left Stan Kroenke fully in charge of Screaming Eagle, while Charles Banks formed an investment firm, Terroir Capital, which is focused on investing in the wine world. The first major purchase for Stan Kroenke was Mayacamas. In a game of musical chairs with wine, the first winemaker at Screaming Eagle for the new owners, Andy Erickson left to join Mayacamas! Early vintages of Screaming Eagle were priced at $75, if purchased direct from the winery as a member of their exclusive mailing list.

By 1995, Phillips raised the price to $125. At that time, that was the most expensive wine produced in California. By the time Phillips sold Screaming Eagle, the cost from Screaming Eagle direct to mailing list customers was about $300 per bottle. Lucky customers on their mailing list were still getting a great deal as the wine was selling for close to $1,500 per bottle! The new owners quickly raised the price of Screaming Eagle to an unheard of $750 per bottle! Even at that price, Screaming Eagle continued to sell, even in the aftermarket for more money than purchasers were paying for the wines on the Screaming Eagle mailing list.

Prices again escalated with the release of the 2010 Screaming Eagle. The wine was offered to the few customers on the mailing list lucky enough to pay $850 per bottle, or $2,550 per three pack! Believe it or not, the aftermarket will still reward customers selling their treasured allotment. Screaming Eagle has gone through a few winemakers since the estate was first created ranging from Heidi Barret, Andy Erickson and now Nick Gislason, who previously worked at Harlan Estate.

The 29 year old Nick Gislason was officially named the winemaker at Screaming Eagle in September, 2012. Screaming Eagle Vineyards, Wines, Winemaking The annual production of Screaming Eagle remains small. It ranges from 500 to 850 cases per year, depending on the vintage. It is expected that when more of the vineyards are developed, (It is a 60 acre vineyard, although some of the land cannot be planted) production of Screaming Eagle will increase.

Screaming Eagle began producing a small amount of Screaming Eagle Sauvignon Blanc, (50 cases) in 2012. An announcement from Screaming Eagle in July stated they would cut production of the Sauvignon Blanc to one barrel, ostensibly to thwart purchasers from reselling the wine on the open market. The Sauvignon Blanc is being offered for sale to mailing list customers for $250 per bottle. Starting in 2012, Screaming Eagle began releasing a second wine called “Second Flight”.

The fruit used for Second Flight comes from young vines and declassified wine that was deemed not fit for Screaming Eagle. The debut release was offered to mailing list customers for $225 per bottle and included a vertical from 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009. Two bottles from each vintage were included in the set. Subsequent offerings consisted of only one vintage. Screaming Eagle Second Flight can be a very good wine.

It’s however quite different from the wine of Screaming Eagle. For example, while Screaming Eagle is dominated by Cabernet Sauvignon, the Second Flight can have almost as much Merlot in the blend as Cabernet Sauvignon. Prices for Second Flight have quickly risen from the debut release. The 2012 Second Flight was priced at $400 per bottle! In 2006, 30 acres of Screaming Eagle vineyards were replanted or planted with the assistance of David Abreu.

As of 2016, the vineyards of Screaming Eagle were a total of 48 planted acres. However, only 22 to 23 acres of vines are used to produce Screaming Eagle. The remainder of the vineyard is used for the production of the Second Flight and a small amount of Sauvignon Blanc. At one point in time, a small amount of Petit Verdot was planted, but those vines were removed following the 1995 harvest. Located in Oakville, off the Silverado Trail, not too far from Dalla Valle, the vineyard is planted to 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Franc.

The vineyard can be divided into at least 52 separate parcels. The soils and terroir of Screaming Eagle consist of rocks, stones, gravel, loam and clay soil. What makes the soil of Screaming Eagle unique, is the multitude of changes take place in the sub soils. Each variance in the soil adds to the complexity in the wine. There are slopes and hills in the vineyard, along with a west facing exposure.

The unique micro climate provides an early ripening terroir. Screaming Eagle is often one of the first vineyards in their part of Napa Valley to harvest. When the young vines are matured to the point where the owners of Screaming Eagle are happy with the results, the production of the most expensive Cult wine in California will rise to at least 1,000 cases. The wine of Screaming Eagle is vinified in various oak tanks, barrels and stainless steel tanks that correspond to the size and need of each plot.

The 2010 vintage marks a positive development for Screaming Eagle and consumers worried about counterfeit wines. Starting with the 2010 Screaming Eagle and the Screaming Eagle Second Flight, all bottles come with a bubble coded security system that allows Screaming Eagle the ability for immediate, online, verification of authenticity. This label is attached between the foil and the bottle. The creates a serious anti counterfeiting measure that cannot be detached without the seal and foil being visibly damaged.

Consumers can go to the Screaming Eagle website and enter the serial number of the bottle to find out if their bottle is genuine. Serving and Decanting Screaming Eagle with Wine, Food, Pairing Tips Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon is best served at 15.5 degrees Celsius, 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The cool, almost cellar temperature gives the wine more freshness and lift. Young vintages of their Cabernet Sauvignon wine can be decanted for 1-3 hours, depending on the character of the vintage.

This allows the wine to soften and open its perfume. Older vintages might need very little decanting, just enough to remove the sediment. The red wine of Screaming Eagle is best served with all types of classic meat dishes, veal, pork, beef, lamb, duck, game, roast chicken, ribs, hamburgers, barbecue, roasted, braised, grilled dishes and stews. Screaming Eagle is also good with Asian dishes, hearty fish courses like tuna, salmon, mushrooms and pasta.

The white wine of Screaming Eagle is best served with all types of seafood and shellfish, sushi, sashimi, chicken, veal, pork and cheese. Price aside, Screaming Eagle is a contender for the finest Cabernet Sauvignon produced in California. The wine displays intense purity, balance, soft textures and a unique character that makes this a true world class wine. Screaming Eagle is not about power, it’s about elegant, refined, pure fruit and rich, silky, velvet drenched textures.

Stan Kroenke maintains numerous interests in wine related ventures and investments all over the world. In California, Stan Kroenke owns Jonata. Located in Santa Barbara in Santa Ynez, Jonata produces 8 different wines that are made from an assortment of grape varieties. In addition he also owns The Hilt, located in northern Santa Barbara, in the Santa Rita appellation which focuses on producing Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

In January, 2017, Stan Kroenke purchased one of the best producers in Burgundy, Bonneau de Martray. Kroenke also maintains investments in a diverse array of industries, including his sports empire. He is the owner of the Los Angeles Rams football team and majority the Aresenal, one of the top football clubs in the Premier League. Additionally, he owns the Denver Nuggets, the professional NBA team and 2 pro soccer clubs, Colorado Avalanche and the Colorado Rapids. Screaming Eagle Wine Tasting Notes 19 Vintages 116863 Views Vintage Wines Rating  2014 Screaming Eagle Sauvignon Blanc  (Oakville) 93 My favorite vintage of Screaming Eagle Blanc, out of the the 3 tasted. The floral, white peach, lemon and pomelo aromatics were out in front. The wine is fresh, juicy, vibrant, and leaves you with a crisp citrus finish. 93 points - Tasted Sep 16, 2016 1341 Views 2013 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 99 Smoky, black and blue fruit, flowers and wet earth open up the nose.

On the palate, the wine is fresh, sweet, bright, but not crisp. It displays more of a lush, silky character. Full bodied, long, fresh and with multiple levels of depth, the fruits are sweet, but retain their vibrancy, finishing with dark chocolate, plum and cassis notes that really stick with you. 99 points - Tasted Sep 16, 2016 4873 Views 2013 Screaming Eagle Sauvignon Blanc  (Oakville) 92 Fresh squeezed grapefruit is at the core of this wine from the nose, through the finish.

Add in fresh flowers, honeydew melon and green apple, with refreshing acidity and you get the picture. 92 points - Tasted Sep 16, 2016 1309 Views 2013 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 92 Medium/full bodied, on the truffle, cedar side of the style range with fresh, bright, crisp fruits and a clean, crunchy, elegant, blackberry finish. Second Flight is a Right Bank Bordeaux styled wine, made from a blend of 65% Merlot, 22% Cabernet Franc and 18% Cabernet Sauvignon.

92 points - Tasted Sep 16, 2016 1949 Views 2012 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 100 Inky in color, the wine manages to balance immense concentration with a lightness of texture and purity of fruit. What makes Screaming Eagle one of the great expressions of California Cabernet is that the ability to offer refined power. This blend of 79% Cabernet Sauvignon, 17% Merlot and 4% Cabernet Franc is packed with licorice, espresso, black and blue fruit with smoke.

The tannins are pure silk, leaving you with a mouth filled with velvety, textured, perfectly ripe berries that taste as if they were just picked off the vine. 100 points - Tasted Sep 22, 2015 4730 Views 2012 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 94 Forward, soft, smooth and silky, this medium/full bodied open wine displays floral notes, black cherries, licorice, smoke and espresso in the nose.

You can drink this young, or age it for more of an earthy character. The wine was made from a blend of 48% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Franc. 94 points - Tasted Sep 22, 2015 4824 Views 2012 Screaming Eagle Sauvignon Blanc  (Oakville) 92 With a pronounced grapefruit, lemon peel and green apple core, the wine is waxy, citrus filled and leaves you with a fresh, bright, crisp, mineral driven, long, clean finish.

92 points - Tasted Sep 16, 2016 1395 Views 2011 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 95 With a pronounced nose of espresso bean, caramel, smoke, chocolate and black plums, the wine is soft, silky, elegant and balanced. This lacks the concentration found in the best years as expected. Better on the palate than the nose at the moment, if the oak integrates fully into the wine, this will deserve a better score.

The elegant textures and balance, which are clearly evident, are the hallmarks of this wine. I can't say this is close to being worth the money, but I'm sure others think the same thing about wines I score much higher. 95 points - Tasted May 12, 2015 4509 Views 2010 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 100 Mind blowing in every way, this has so much depth of fruit, you can drink it, or eat it with a spoon.

Inky in color, the sweet, black cherry liqueur, chocolate, licorice, jam, blue fruit and espresso nose takes you where its wants to, regardless of if you're ready or not. The wine coats your mouth, palate and stains your teeth with its insane levels of extract. This is no shy sister. it grabs your attention and keeps it too. This is still quite young. 100 points - Tasted Jun 5, 2015 6225 Views 2009 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 91 Blending 59% Cabernet Sauvignon, 32% Merlot and 9% Cabernet Franc, the spicy, oaky, red and black fruit filled wine delivers soft textures and an open personality.

But there is a lack of depth the wine that for this much money, should offer more concentration and personality. 91 points - Tasted Nov 17, 2013 2353 Views 2008 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 96 On the elegant side of the style range for Screaming Eagle, the blend of blackberry liqueur, coffee bean, coconut, smoke, licorice and cherries moves to a powerful, balanced display of ripe fruits and silky textures.

96 points - Tasted Jun 5, 2015 4234 Views 2008 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 90 Medium bodied, with an equal doses of red and black fruits complicated by licorice, earth and oak, the round textured wine could have used a little more ripeness and concentration. I would not age this a long time hoping for a lot of complexity to emerge in the future. 90 points - Tasted Nov 17, 2013 3022 Views 2007 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 93 From a blend of 59% Cabernet Sauvignon and 41% Merlot, it's hard to believe this is a second wine, with its layers of fresh, ripe, black cherry, blackberry, oak and fennel notes.

Polished, full bodied, ripe and yet subtle, this is drinking well today. 93 points - Tasted Nov 17, 2013 2493 Views 2006 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 96.7 Powerful, yet elegant, ripe, but not over ripe, the wine is full bodied, rich, opulently textured and fresh. There is depth of flavor and a sweetness to fruit. Served double blind, there was no doubt it was a California Cabernet Sauvignon of an extreme high pedigree.

The wine seems to have barely moved since it was released. 97 points - Tasted Apr 14, 2017 1387 Views Serious depth of flavor, with its potent brew of coffee bean, black cherry liqueur, blue fruit, plum and oaky notes, the wine is big, powerful, rich, intense and smoky. 97 points - Tasted Jun 5, 2015 2987 Views Now, here's a wine you do not see every day! Big, powerful, yet balanced, with an elegace to the power, the tannic wine pops with black and red fruits, licorice, oak and forest notes.

This could improve with a few more years of age. 96 points - Tasted Nov 17, 2013 3844 Views 2006 Screaming Eagle Second Flight  (Napa Valley) 92 Quite nice at the moment, with its licorice, blackberry, spice, espresso, vanilla bean and earthy nose. The tannins have a little grit in the finish. No one is going to confuse this with Screaming Eagle, but it's a nice, medium bodied, finesse styled, California Cabernet Sauvignon that is in its prime time drinking window.

92 points - Tasted May 24, 2013 2207 Views 2001 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 97.5 The complex nose, with its oak, smoke, earthy, gun flint, mineral, fresh, blackberry and cherry essence gets your attention. The soft, lush, soft, sensuous, plush, ripe fruits and low acid profile feels great on your palate as well. Refined and pure, this is perhaps the most elegant styled, California Cabernet Sauvignon made today.

98 points - Tasted Feb 11, 2015 4245 Views This kicks off with licorice, black cherry, cedar, ripe black pit fruit and berry aromas. Soft, sultry and sexy on the palate. Very concentrated with great purity, intensity and balance. The long finish ends with a blast of sweet black fruit. Screaming Eagle is about, texture, purity, finesse, elegance and balance. They will not confuse tasters with the other top Cult Cabs.

Tasting these wines showed, Screaming Eagle is not like other California Cabernets. 97 points - Tasted Feb 12, 2010 8190 Views 1997 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 99.2 With an attention seeking nose of incense, cherry blossoms, licorice and fresh, black cherry liqueur, you’re already hooked. On the palate, the wine is elegant, refined, lush, supple and polished. There is a freshness to the perfectly ripe fruit and a silky, sweet, sixty second, cherry finish.

The wine matches elegance with balance. This is not overripe, massive or from the too much is a good thing school. Everything is exactly where it needs to be, except the price. Such is life. 100 points - Tasted Sep 23, 2015 5217 Views This is stunning! That is, if your preference runs to elegant, soft spoken, rich, complex wines of purity and a seamless finish. I've had bottles of this that were even a little bit better, but this was truly great.

Due to the incredible cost of this wine, it's not something mot of us get to taste often, if ever. Screaming Eagle is unique, elegant, sophisticated example of great California Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is not about power, it's message is one of finesse and grace, from start to finish. 100 points - Tasted Feb 11, 2015 5550 Views With an attention seeking nose of incense, cherry blossoms, licorice and fresh, black cherry liqueur, you’re already hooked.

On the palate, the wine is elegant, refined, lush, supple and polished. There is a freshness to the perfectly ripe, very pure fruit and a silky, sweet, sixty second, dark cherry finish. The wine matches elegance with balance. So you know, this was tasted against what I consider the 40 best 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon wines from California and it truly stood above every other wine at the tasting! This is not overripe, massive or from the too much is a good thing school.

Everything is exactly where it needs to be, except the price. Such is life. 100 points - Tasted Dec 24, 2014 6179 Views Licorice, charcoal, black cherry, blueberry and coffee aromas pour out of the glass as quickly as the wine leaves the bottle. Elegant, balanced, deep and round in texture, this sexy wine is filled with polished, sweet, ripe berries and chocolate. 98 points - Tasted Mar 10, 2011 6939 Views Believe it or not, people do open these wines from time to time.

These rare and expensive treats were opened by a member of one of my tasting groups last week. The wines were tasted blind. 97 Screaming Eagle starts off with a complex perfume featuring black currants, oak, caramel, chocolate and toasty oak along with tobacco and licorice scents. Elegant and sophisticated on the palate, this full bodied wine offers a long finish filled with red and black fruits. 98 points - Tasted Feb 12, 2010 5642 Views 1996 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 94 Not really where you would expect this to be, for a wine of this much fame, and fortune.

The smoky, sweet, blackberry and cherry nose, medium body and elegant, finesse styled, even charming finish were clearly that of a good wine. But for this much money, a wine should be more than good. 93 points - Tasted Feb 11, 2015 4885 Views This offers notes of oak, cedar, spice, herbs and jammy berries. Soft and elegant in texture, with ample concentration, the wine ends in a plush, sweet, dark cherry finish.

95 points - Tasted Feb 12, 2010 4815 Views 1992 Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon  (Oakville) 100 Compelling nose of cassis, jammy berries, chocolate, blue fruit and plums. The palate is taken over by waves of plush, ripe, fat, sexy, round fruit. This opulent wine delivers decadent textures, power, elegance and finesse. What more could you want in Calif Cab? 100 points - Tasted Aug 17, 2007 11519 Views

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Screaming Eagle Winery and Vineyards Location Oakville, California, USA Appellation Oakville AVA Founded 1986 First vintage 1992 Key people Jean Phillips, founderHeidi Barrett, former WinemakerStanley Kroenke Nick Gislason, Winemaker, Robert Black, Associate Winemaker Cases/yr 600-700 Varietals Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petite Verdot, Sauvignon blanc Website Screaming Eagle Winery and Vineyards is a California wine estate producing limited amounts of varietal wine; due to the small quantities produced and high prices commanded, their wines are considered cult wines.

The winery is located in Oakville, California, north of the town of Napa in the Napa Valley. History Jean Phillips, a former real estate agent, bought the 57 acre Oakville vineyard in 1986 which was planted to a mix of varieties, most of which Phillips sold to various Napa wineries[1][2] except the 1-acre (4,000 m2), approximately 80 vines of Cabernet Sauvignon. For this one acre of Cabernet, Philips sought the opinions of Robert Mondavi Winery employees on the commercial potential of her wine before hiring Richard Peterson as a consultant, and subsequently met Peterson's daughter, Heidi Peterson Barrett, who became Screaming Eagle's first winemaker.

[3] The entire vineyard was replanted in 1995 to three varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The 1992 vintage, released in 1995, through a combination of very low production numbers and highly positive reviews (wine critic Robert Parker awarded the wine 99 points)[4] resulted in Screaming Eagle becoming one of the most celebrated and expensive wines in the Napa Valley.[1][2] Today the estate's flagship wine retails at an average price of $2,983 per bottle.

[5] On March 17, 2006 the estate was sold to billionaire Stan Kroenke and Charles Banks.[6] Phillips disclosed the sale in a letter to Wine Spectator, saying she received an offer she couldn't refuse. In a letter to clients, Phillips stated, "they will renovate old structures or build new ones and replant the vineyard. The new owners have exciting plans to keep it small but raise the bar on quality.

" Three years later, in April 2009, Charles Banks left Screaming Eagle leaving Stan Kroenke as the sole proprietor.[7] Armand de Maigret is the Estate Manager. Production The vineyard area extends 48.21 acres (19.51 ha), planted with varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc , and a small amount of Sauvignon blanc.[8] The vineyards are managed by David Abreu Vineyard Management and tended to by vineyard foreman Jorge Delgado and his team.

In 2006 34 acres were replanted.[1] The annual production ranges from 400 to 750 cases (between 5,000 and 9,000 750ml bottles). The winemakers are Nick Gislason, Robert Black and Michel Rolland is a consultant. References ^ a b c Laube, James; Sogg, Daniel, Wine Spectator (March 21, 2006). "Screaming Eagle Sold". ^ a b Robinson, Jancis, (November 10, 2007). "Screaming Eagle - the new regime".

^ Laube, James, Wine Spectator (April 5, 2000). "Focus On: Screaming Eagle". ^ Calwineries. "Heidi Peterson Barrett". ^ "Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley, USA: prices". Wine Searcher. Retrieved 2016-11-23. ^ Gray, W. Blake. San Francisco Chronicle (March 23, 2006). "Oakville's Screaming Eagle Winery sold". The San Francisco Chronicle. ^ Laube, James; Weed Augustus, Wine Spectator (April 09, 2009).

A Shake-Up at Screaming Eagle ^ Calwineries. "Screaming Eagle Winery". External links Screaming Eagle official site Retrieved from ""

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