Silver Oak, one of California’s great cult Cabernets, at Siena
Above: The iconic and historic tower at the Silver Oak Winery in Oakville, California.
Since its first vintage in 1972, the Silver Oak Winery in Oakville, California, has set the benchmark for “California cult Cabernet,” making its wines from top-sourced Cabernet Sauvignon and aging it in barriques, small wooden casks, made from American oak.
One of the things that a lot of folks don’t know about Silver Oak is that it is still run by the Duncan family, who founded it and planted its first vintage in 1972.
So many of California’s most famous wineries have been bought up by big business luxury products groups. But Silver Oak, despite its enormous success and lucrative business as one of the top-selling California Cabs of all time, has always remained in the hands of the Duncans.
That’s just one of the reasons why we are thrilled to be hosting Matt Duncan, the third-generation of Duncans to run this fantastic estate, to Siena for a dinner celebrating his family’s wines on Thursday, May 29.
There are just a few spots available for this dinner, which will also feature a spectacular menu by Chef Harvey.
Matt will also be pouring white wines from Silver Oak’s sister winery, Twomey.
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