Cabernet Sauvignon

Varietal: Cabernet Sauvignon

Tasting Notes:
Huston Vineyard’s Cabernet Sauvignon is rich dark berry color and aromas of currant and black cherry with dark fruit and earthy flavors. This full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon has rich texture and a lingering finish.

Pair with: Peppercorn topped rib eye, roasted duck and lentil salad, smoked portabello mushroom burgers, or cherry glazed baby back ribs.


  • 88 pts   2019 Wine Spectator (2015 vintage)
  • 86 pts   2019 Wine Enthusiast (2015 vintage)
  • 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition (2015 vintage)
  • BIC   2018 Idaho Wine Competition (2015 vintage)
  • 2017 Idaho Wine Competition (2014 vintage)


Composition Notes 77% Cabernet Sauvignon, 16% Malbec, 7% Merlot
Vineyards 35% Sawtooth, 33% Williamson, 28% Huston, 4% Skyline
Release Date March 2022
Cases Produced 240
Growing Season Notes A cool wet spring delayed the start of the 2019 growing season, pushing bud break into mid-April. Summer was idyllic marked by warm days and cool nights and an abundance of sunshine. The weather was without heat spikes that can be so detrimental to the vines. These perfect conditions allowed slow sugar accumulation and excellent acid retention within the clusters. A hard frost that blanketed the Northwest brought the season to a halt in mid-October. With the majority of the fruit already harvested, the remainder just waited on the vine for their turn on the picking schedule.
Composition Notes 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Vineyards Huston Estate, Sawtooth, Williamson
Release Date March 2021
Cases Produced 255
Growing Season Notes 2018 was a great growing season with bud break mid-April and a season in gradient temperature climbs providing exceptional ripening conditions. Most blocks were harvested the first two weeks of October with high yields and exceptional quality.
Composition Notes 75% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Syrah, 10% Petite Sirah, 5% Malbec
Vineyards Symms, Sawtooth, Williamson, Huston Vineyards
Release Date December 2019
Cases Produced 248
Growing Season Notes Budbreak occurred the second week of April and the growing season had increasingly warm temperatures as the season progressed. Harvest completed well before first frost ensuring the grapes had ample ripening time creating both fruit forward and structured wines.