Freemark Abbey has held exclusive sourcing rights to Rutherford's Bosch Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon red wine for over 45 years, starting with a 1970 handshake deal between winery partner Chuck Carpy and John Bosch. Bosch Vineyard cuttings were used to plant Heitz's Martha's Vineyard, which produced Napa's first single-vineyard Cabernet; Freemark Abbey's Bosch Vineyard Cabernet was the second. Staying true to its historic roots, this dark ruby red wine is flavor-intense, enjoyable now, or can be properly cellared for 20-30 years of enjoyment. This dark red wine has complex aromas of blackberry, cassis, oak spice and cocoa. Balanced acidity and integrated tannins provide a long, complex and minerally finish. Pair with filet mignon with shallot thyme sauce, tri-tip sandwich. This bottled California cabernet sauvignon is 14.7% alcohol by volume.