Hoopla California Cabernet Sauvignon
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Grape varieties: 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Hoopla California Cabernet Sauvignon is a juicy red that sings with fresh notes of blackberries, black plum, and roasted coffee.
Song: Wild and Blue by Brent Cobb
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ABOUT THE PRODUCER
About Hoopla California Cabernet Sauvignon
Hoopla California Cabernet Sauvignon is a juicy red that sings with fresh notes of blackberries, black plum, and roasted coffee. In the mouth, dense flavors of blackberries, black cherry, and cocoa powder mingle with broad, mouth-filling tannins. The lengthy finish is perfumed with vanilla bean.
This wine pairs very well with a gourmet burger, eggplant Moussaka, or a wild boar Ragu with Fettuccine and foraged mushrooms with shaved Reggiano Parmesan.
About Hoopla Wines
Hoopes Vineyard is a small, family-owned winegrower and producer with deep roots in Napa Valley. The estate is now run by the second-generation proprietor, Lindsay Hoopes. Raised on the farm by her wine-loving family, Lindsay learned how to cultivate grapes and promote Napa’s sense of place and terroir through her father, Spencer Hoopes. Spencer Hoopes loved farming and developed a passion for wine as the wine industry in Napa blossomed right around him.
Hoopes’ vineyards are heritage vineyards, mostly from the 1980s and 1990s and grafted from “suitcase” clones of unknown origin. They are very unique to Napa’s early heritage. Indeed, Hoopes has the oldest pre-phylloxera vineyard in Oakville. That site in particular remains a sought-out destination by wine educators and enthusiasts alike because it is a telescope into some older farming techniques and Napa’s agricultural history. This vineyard is Hoopes’ flagship vineyard and was the fruit source for the first vintage of Hoopes Family Vineyard wine. They still farm and produce from this vineyard today.
Hoopes cares deeply about sustainability efforts and intends to shepherd the land for multiple generations to come. All of their vineyards are Certified Organic or are undergoing certification. The vineyards are working, regenerative farms complete with animals, water recycling systems, and bio-diversity practices aimed at enhancing the overall health of their vineyard ecosystem.