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To celebrate our Centennial at Pebble Beach Resorts, our team of sommeliers collaborated with world-renowned Napa winemaker Andy Erickson to create a limited edition wine called One Hundred.
Only 2,019 hand-numbered bottles were produced of this special 2016 vintage.
This proprietary blend was aged 22 months in 60% new French Oak barrels.
One Hundred is available for purchase exclusively at Stave Wine Cellar. Limited Magnums (1.5 liters), 3-liter bottles and 6-liter bottles are also available. One Hundred can also be ordered by the bottle when you dine at Pebble Beach Resorts.
Morning fog rolling in, wet slate, graphite, black fruits like cassis, boysenberry, black cherry, baking spices such as fresh nutmeg and clove, herbal, tarragon, flint, integrated tannins, bright finish, focused.
What does morning fog taste like?
“The cabernet sauvignon gives you really rich, dark fruit notes,” says winemaker Andy Erickson. “Cabernet franc adds more of an exotic spice note. Petit verdot on its own can be very intense. In musical terms, it’s almost like a bassoon: Alone, it may not be that pleasant; but as an undertone, it’s really beautiful. California wines can be very fruity. Petit verdot offers an earthy, grounded note and, because it is so dark, adds to the color of the wine.”
Andy Erickson has lived and worked in Napa Valley since 1994, and strives to continually develop his winemaking and viticultural skills, and to improve the quality of grapes and wines for a number of vineyards and wineries. Andy has a Master’s degree in Enology from University of California in Davis, and has worked with wineries in California, Chile, Argentina and South Africa. His current winemaking clients include Dalla Valle, Arietta, Mayacamas, and Marciano Estate in the Napa Valley. His past experience includes work at Screaming Eagle, Staglin Family Vineyard, Harlan Estate, Spottswoode, Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars, and Ovid Napa Valley.