Winegrower Cathy Corison produces artisanal, age-worthy Cabernet Sauvignon that speaks of place, sourcing great benchland vineyards between Rutherford and St. Helena. We invite you to experience a unique glimpse inside a small, family-owned working winery the next time you are in the Napa Valley.
The late fall harvest crashed into the holidays, and we are just coming up for air. The 2023 crop was bountiful and delicious, with long hang-time, which promotes great flavor development, inky color and firm natural acidity. Intermittent rains have soaked the soil and the covercrop has sprouted. We will start pruning at the end of January.
It’s joyful to note the days getting longer, and after a rejuvenating family wine journey to Portugal over the holidays, we look forward to 2024.
Happy New Year!
Cathy, William, Rose, Grace
and the Corison Team
Eric Asimov, The New York Times wine critic, includes Cathy Corison in his recent article, How the Most Delicious Wines Stay True to Themselves. He highlights “six producers who make glorious wines by following their own muse…The Corison wines are both of a time, and timeless.”
“My favorite wine producers look inward, not outward. They ask themselves, ‘How can I do my utmost to convey the character of this particular patch of earth?’ And they often conclude: ‘I’m going to make the wines that I like to drink. If nobody buys them, I’ll drink them myself.’”
Corison Winery has been named one of the 2023 Top 100 Wineries in the world by Wine & Spirits Magazine! We so enjoyed their October celebration in San Francisco, and Cathy and Grace look forward to joining them in NYC on 15 February.
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