Accendo Cellars - Cabernet Sauvignon

Many of the iconic Cabernet Sauvignons dating from the 1950s, ‘60s and ‘70s were sourced from multiple, exceptional vineyard sites throughout Napa Valley.

Brilliant in their youth, the best of these wines are still vibrant and pure fifty and more years later.

Accendo Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon is modeled after this ideal: an uber blend utilizing impeccable fruit from superior vineyard sites, fashioned in a winemaking style that emphasizes elegance, balance, freshness and finesse. Accessible at a young age, yet with the concentration and complexity required for extended cellaring, Accendo Cabernet Sauvignon is a quintessential expression of Napa Valley terroir.

2014 Tasting Notes
2013 Tasting Notes


Accendo Cellars - Sauvignon Blanc

Although many Napa Valley vineyards have been converted to Cabernet Sauvignon over the last two decades, there are still sites where great Sauvignon Blanc is found.

We have located one such site from which we are sourcing grapes for our white wine, and are planting two other sites that have great promise.

Accendo Sauvignon Blanc is the product of discriminating fruit sourcing and conscientious, diligent farming. It is a powerful Sauvignon Blanc, yet with a delicacy and finesse that can only come with a winemaking philosophy that honors the fruit and the vineyard’s terroir. We give this wine extra time in barrel and bottle prior to release, resulting in an exquisitely balanced Sauvignon Blanc that is aromatically complex, concentrated in flavor and richly textured – a wine influenced by both a Graves from Bordeaux and a Sauvignon Blanc from the New World.

2015 Tasting Notes
2014 Tasting Notes
2013 Tasting Notes


Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes
Accendo Cellars - Photos by Jimmy Hayes