Cabernet Sauvignon is arguably one of the most popular grapes out there, so much so that it is currently the most planted red grape in the world. Explore our collection celebrating this famous grape, and learn all about the many different expressions of wine it is transformed into around the globe.
Open to cameras for the very first time, the story of Lafite Rothschild told by Baron Rothschild and Saskia Rothschild through significant vintages that represent the beginning, the triumphs, the hard work, and the personal tragedies—all to show the human condition in a bottle of wine.
A winemaking journey spanning 45 years, Cathy Corison has found herself loved by collectors, sommeliers, and critics, but her path wasn’t always easy. This is the story of a woman with incredible talent and drive to become a winemaker in the Napa Valley.
The 46th anniversary of the Judgment of Paris is coming and so is our upcoming feature film about the event! To celebrate we have a special episode of “Drink a Bottle” with the host of CNN’s “Nomad” Carlton McCoy and longtime Heitz Vineyard manager Mark Neal drinking the famous and incredibly rar...
The journey of a venerated French winemaking family and a French winemaker who found their story in Napa Valley. Featuring winemakers from past to present, this episode explores their history and the wine style that landed them a spot in the Judgment of Paris Tasting.
Celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Judgment of Paris, Shakera recommends three red wines from wineries in the tasting including Ridge Cabernet Sauvignon, Stag’s Leap Wine Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, and Mayacamas Cabernet Sauvignon.
DLynn Proctor sits down with longtime friend Jonah Beer, general manager of Frog Leap's Winery, to discuss history and winemaking as they enjoy a 1996 Frog's Leap Zinfandel and a 2003 Frog's Leap Cabernet Sauvignon.
Located in the Santa Cruz Mountains, Ridge has been making single-vineyard wine since 1962. Journey with Paul Draper into the history of the winery and the significance of the ’71 vintage in the Judgment of Paris.