Sinegal Estate Winery’s “unabashedly obsessive” approach to winemaking culminates with their first offering

Sinegal Estate Winery: First Offering, March 4

Newcomer to the Napa Valley wine scene, Sinegal Estate Winery, has announced its first wine offering for March 4. Situated on 30 acres of land in the heart of Napa Valley, the Estate’s nine acres of vineyards are meticulously tended and the winemaking team diligently follows 1,403 precise steps to make Sinegal’s wine.

This is a historic first offering of wine by Sinegal: The 2013 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon – made following the 1,403 steps – will be available online at 11AM EST on March 4 to members of their mailing list. David Sinegal, Estate owner, calls the wine “a meticulously-crafted bottle of wine which is expressive of the magnificent estate from which it comes.”

Sinegal Estate’s wine comes from an all-star collaboration by Napa Valley veterans. Winemaker Tony Biagi (PlumpJack Winery, CADE Estate, Hourglass Estate), winemaking consultant Craig Williams (Joseph Phelps Vineyards), vineyard managers Jim Barbour and Matt Hardin (Barbour Vineyards management team), and estate manager Trevor Antognini (Peter Michael Winery; Sloan Estate) are all part of the Sinegal team.


Sinegal Estate Winery is a 30-acre, 130-year-old property in St. Helena, California with a rich history and a passion for delivering an unparalleled and unforgettable experience. It opens to the public Q4 of 2015, but is currently available for private tours. The 9 acres of meticulously-tended vines are organically-farmed Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Petit Verdot. For more information, visit


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