Rare Wines That Can Be Found In California
- Posted by Wine Country
- On 04/09/2019
In California, it is widely known that anything can grow, and anyone can prosper. California’s climate is perfect for growing the special grapes needed to produce some of the rarest wines on earth. These rare wine gems are also known as cult wines.
One of the most valuable vineyards in the world is found in the Napa Valley region of California, so it comes as no surprise that the Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has the highest sale price per bottle.
The valley region has the right blend of climatic conditions and soil that is required for optimally growing Cabernet Sauvignon grapes.
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The right climate and soil is still not enough to produce rare cult wines. You need skillful hands and a world-class winery to make these wines. Here is our list of the rarest cult wines found in the city of California:
Screaming Eagle Cabernet Sauvignon
This winery is a classic example of a cult wine.
Released in 1995 a bottle of this vintage rare wine costs between $6,000 – $8,000. Newer versions will set you back about $3,000.
It’s almost impossible to buy directly from Screaming Eagle and there is a buyer’s waiting list for those who value expensive wines.
Sine Qua Non
Sine Qua Non(SQN) wines are a different take on the traditional Cabernet Sauvignon which has helped put the Varietals of the California Central Coast on the wine map.
The owner, Manfred Krankl hand labels each wine himself. He carefully controls the production and distribution. The wines are so rare you will have to be on a waiting list for up to 7 years for the honor to place your order directly with them.
Harlan Estate Wines
Cabernet wines are clearly out of this world. Harlan Estate wines popped up in the 90’s and has since attained the status of producing a top “cult wine”.
The founder H. William Harlan set out with the sole intention of finding the right spot in Napa that could grow the most beautiful wine grapes. He did find a spot among the wooden plains and production started. His winery produces about 1,800 cases of wine each year. He has a long waiting list for those who want to purchase his product.
Bryant Family Wines
The wines from the Bryant family are another of California’s best cult wines. They started production around 1990 and quickly attained the cult wine status.
The wines are highly regarded by Advocates like Robert Parker, so it is easy to see why the winery quickly gained a large following. Nothing much has changed since the inception of the Bryant Family Wines, except you will have to be placed on a waiting list to place your order.
Schrader Cellars make some of the best Cabernet Sauvignon wines available today. The quality and consistency of their wines make them a very rare brand indeed. It is estimated that they have a waiting list of over 8000 members just waiting for a chance to order one wine.
There you have it, some of the rarest wines most people dream about but can’t get. Some wine collectors applaud these companies for producing consistently amazing red wines while others think its overblown. Whichever side of the divide you fall into there is no disputing the fact that California is the cream de la cream of the wine industry.