kathgoldMade in tandem by Nick and his middle daughter, Katherine, this very popular Cabernet Sauvignon has become a close family tradition over the years. The 2018 vintage marks a transition to an incredible new vineyard called Stonemason Hill. Located in Alexander Valley, this aptly-named site has large rocks leading up to a stone-walled terrace. Complex and elegant, this vineyard’s beautiful gravel loam soil with mature vines—many over thirty years old—is ideally suited for the style and winemaking techniques which have made this wine so successful for us. A proprietary name rather than a single-vineyard wine, the Katherine Cabernet is perfect for casual dining and discerning tasters looking for an elegant drop with loads of personality and style.

Recent Awards + Accolades

2021 Goldschmidt Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon
Alexander Valley Stonemason Hill Katherine

Score: 90 points

Coffee candies, black cherries, olives and blackberries. Quite rich and obvious, with a degree of sweetness in the full-bodied palate. Chewy, fine-grained structure. Flattering and easy to understand. Drink in 2023.

Katherine Cabernet:
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Katherine Cabernet:
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2021 Cabernet Sauvignon
Stonemason Hill, Alexander Valley

Tasting Note: Deep purple with a red middle with prevalent aromas of blueberry and dark cherry. A concentration of wild black berries, bitter sweet chocolate, maple with round supple tannins. While the wine shows off its generous structure and firm tannins, the finish is luxurious and velvet-like as it gracefully ends. Drink now through the next 10 years.

Awards & Accolades

  • 2021 – 91 points James Suckling
  • 2019 – 91 points James Suckling
  • 2018 – 92 points James Suckling
  • 2018 – 92 points The Tasting Panel

2020 Cabernet Sauvignon
Stonemason Hill, Alexander Valley

Tasting Note:  Color tells us so much about the wine in terms of concentration – this does not disappoint, it is dark red and with a deep purple edge. The aromas show black fruit of ripe black plum and black cherry so deeper than the usual Alexander Valley. The mouth is very long and balanced with characters of black pepper, vanilla and dark plum. The result is a wine with a beautiful harmony of layers and balance. The finish is of supple round tannins, beautiful acidity and a touch of spice on the long and satisfying finish.

Awards & Accolades

  • 2021 – 91 points James Suckling
  • 2019 – 91 points James Suckling
  • 2018 – 92 points James Suckling
  • 2018 – 92 points The Tasting Panel