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65% Tempranillo, 13% Cabernet Sauvignon, 13% Cabernet Franc, 4% Merlot, 3% Syrah & 2% Petit Verdot
Napa Valley, California

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Our winery is the dream of two brothers who nurtured a passion for wine over decades. After setting down roots in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jan - an internist with a private medical practice - pursued his winemaking as a hobby for 15 years. While continuing to commute to his medical practice, Jan moved to Napa in 1991 and began to tend grapes – first planting a vineyard surrounding his family's house and then with the help of Bart, he would develop what would become one of Napa's most iconic vineyards, Stagecoach.

In 1999, Jan and Bart founded Krupp Brothers, producing their first vintage: An extraordinary Cabernet Sauvignon. Our wines begin at the source – fruit from select blocks that have been carefully chosen by Jan. Today, each wine in our collection – from our mountain Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignons to our Rhone-style Syrah and Tempranillo-based red – embody the vision and passion that has guided the two brothers. We invite you to try them.

Fresh cherries top a deep and concentrated nose layered with cardamom, California bay leaf, warm cinnamon and white pepper. Juicy ripe plum, cocoa nibs and espresso are carried by elegant tannins, with undercurrents of sour cherry adding to the palate’s brightness. Pair with coffee-crusted Ahi tuna or drunken goat cheese.

Drink now through 2034.

15.5% ABV

Barrel Aging 19 months in 77% new French oak
Source Stagecoach Vineyard
Soil Guenoc, Hambright
Elevation 1,415 – 1,460 feet
Release Date May 1, 2022
Rating 91-93 Wine Advocate & 94 Jeb Dunnuck
Production 522 cases

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