A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Napa Valley is Calistoga, St. Helena, Yountville, the city of Napa and American Canyon

Mount Saint Helena‘s East Peak is the high point of Napa County while the southern end is open; Trapping the moisture and layers of fog from the San Francisco bay.
This is the birth place of Oberon wines; Named after the character in William Shakespeare’s play  “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, written in 1595/96 

Napa Valley native and winemaker Tony Coltrin, brings more than 45 years of winemaking experience to Oberon. Hear him talk about one of the greatest grape growing region in the World.

To create Oberon Cabernet Sauvignon, Tony sourced grapes from Napa’s finest wine-growing regions, melding the  expressions of the soil and the flavor of the grapes from Napa’s sparse volcanic soils of the valley into one outstanding Cabernet Sauvignon that boasts a seamless mouthfeel and a rich, complex texture. Blend:  92.4% Cabernet Sauvignon, 7.6% other blending varietals Alcohol:13.7% TA: 5.37 g/L pH:  3.70

Enjoy this four and a half minutes introduction that focuses on the passion and the love necessary to produce an outstanding wine, that could very well be a midsummer night’s dream.

Oberon Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic Napa Cabernet with deep, rich color and concentrated blackberry and cassis flavors. The Merlot shows textbook plum and black currant flavors and silky texture. The Sauvignon Blanc is partially fermented in barrel, adding body and texture to the vibrant green apple, kiwi, pear and melon fruit flavors. The Chardonnay is a fruit-forward wine with notes of caramelized white pear, fresh Fuji and Golden Delicious apple, and torched crème brûlée. Read more…