As land prices in Napa Valley continue to rise and the prices for grapes follow suit, there has never been a more difficult time to offer honest, compelling wines at accessible price points from California's cradle of winemaking. Casey Stringer is out to change that. Stringer Cellars is a true family operation, with Casey's brothers assisting in sales and his wife, Brooke, running things behind at the tasting room bar.
On the winemaking side, Casey has a seemingly simple goal: source impeccable grapes and guide them gently through their journey toward fine wine. But you know what they say, if it was simple, everyone would do it. Casey resists the urge to source overripe grapes or produce wines with small but noticeable amounts of residual sugar--two trends in Napa that have yet to go out of style. Instead, these are wines of elegance and depth with clear nods to their vineyards of origin. In a word, they're delicious.
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