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2018 Prisoner Wine Co. "The Prisoner" Napa Valley Red Blend

SKU #1440825

Robert Parker once wrote of Prisoner Wine Co.: "This winery, dedicated to négociant, relatively large-production cuvées of blended wines, was founded by the brilliant Dave Phinney and sold in 2009. Today the wines are made by the very talented Jen Beloz. These wines are distinctive, creative blends of exceptionally high quality, especially given the production totals that they achieve." Prisoner Wine Co. is now owned by Constellation Brands. Indicative blend: Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Charbono.

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By: Blake Conklin | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 6/28/2020 | Send Email
The new vintage of The Prisoner may not have Dave Phinney's special touch to it anymore (and it hasn't for over 8 vintages) but one thing I still particularly like about The Prisoner each vintage is the consistency. Luscious and still packed with many dark fruited characters, black cherry, boysenberry, and blackberry with hints of vanilla. The Prisoner is still a fun and enjoyable big wine. While I personally don't drink The Prisoner on a regular basis, whenever someone brings it over, I still find many things to enjoy about the wine while it is in my glass. And the 2018 vintage is worth a whirl.

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