Knights Bridge Winery | A Bridge To Our Past (12 BT)
Knights Bridge Winery, Cabernet Sauvignon, Beckstoffer To Kalon, Napa Valley
2008 (2 bts)
2009 (2 bts)
2010 (2 bts)
2011 (2 bts)
2012 (2 bts)
2013 (2 bts)
Lot Features: This is a single-vineyard wine. Vertical of wine. 12-bottle wood collector's box.
A Bridge To Our Past
In 2006, Jim Bailey purchased an 83-acre parcel of land with hillside vineyards in Knights Valley, the perfect spot to produce exceptional Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon. Along with his brother Essel Bailey, and longtime friend Tom Costin, he began his journey into wine and founded Knights Bridge with the singular goal of producing world-class wines.
Understanding that great wine starts in the vineyard, the team dedicated themselves to analyzing each vineyard block for perfect synergy between specific soils, varieties and clones. They adopted organic vineyard management techniques, replanted portions of the estate and hired a team of seasoned professionals who shared their ambition to produce the best wines possible.
In 2020, Kelley and Jim Bailey embarked on a long-awaited project to build a winery on the estate where they are now making wine and welcoming their first visitors. The winery, designed by world-renowned architects Howard Backen and John Taft of Backen & Gillam, is the second-ever built in Knights Valley and its construction is the culmination of nearly a decade of thoughtful planning and designing.
Guided by a commitment to excellence, a deep respect for nature and a desire to share the remarkable beauty of Knights Bridge vineyard, our team strives together each day in the pursuit of excellence. We invite you to join us in a celebration of friendship, family and the promise of great vintages to come.
Your lot includes a VIP vineyard, winery and cave tour and a custom tasting experience led by Douglas Danielak, director of winemaking, for six guests.
You will receive a 12-bottle Cabernet Sauvignon vertical collection from the renowned Beckstoffer To Kalon vineyard, packaged in a handsome wood collector's box and signed by Douglas Danielak.