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Louis M. Martini Cabernet Sauvignon Lot No. 1 2012

The concept of Lot wines at Louis M. Martini dates back to 1968 when Louis P. Martini, Michael Martini’s father, first made luxury Cabernet Sauvignons from selected barrels which he named by lot numbers. At that time, Louis P. Martini was making Cabernets in the league with other Napa Valley greats such as George De Latour, Heitz Martha’s Vineyard and Robert Mondavi. Sourcing of his fruit likely included Monte Rosso grapes and other vineyards from his friends in the Napa Valley. The Martini lot wines produced in the late 1960s and early 1970s were considered among the most collectible of Martini’s wines Today, Michael Martini continues to enjoy access to premium Napa Valley vineyards and to blend Cabernet Sauvignon from the best mountain top AVAs, just like his father did. [+]