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2015 Trilogy Half-Case Special

2015 Trilogy Half-Case Special

$384.00

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For a limited time, save 20% on half-case (6 750 mL bottles) purchases of 2015 Trilogy.

Special Price: $384
Regular Price: $480

The genesis of Trilogy, one of Napa Valley’s first Bordeaux-style red blends, dates back to 1984 when our family decided to make the best wine possible by selecting the highest quality wine lots culled from our estate vineyards in Napa Valley. Trilogy continues to be sourced exclusively from the Komes-Garvey estate vineyards, and in 2015 this iconic wine brings together Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Petit Verdot from St. Helena, Rutherford and Oakville. Bold, rich and highly extracted, this generous red is packed with boysenberry, black cherry, dark plum and black currant layered with milk chocolate, vanilla bean, cola and a hint of earthy cedar. Seasoned French and American oak adds just the right amount of toasty warmth, and the wine's tannins, while firm, are round and smooth. This is a decadent wine, almost Port-like in its abundant fruit, with an umami-like unctuousness that leads to a long, satisfying finish.


Looking for a full case? Shop the 2015 Trilogy 12-Bottle Case, and get Ground shipping included.

All the Facts

Appellation:Napa Valley
Varietal:82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec, 8% Petit Verdot
Cases Produced:5,400
Aging:18 months, 85% French oak, 15% American oak
Regular Price:$80/bottle
Enjoyability:Drink now through 2027 for optimum enjoyment.

On the Vine

The 2015 vintage in Napa Valley will be remembered for high quality but low yields. The growing season began with warm temperatures in late winter and early spring resulting in an early bud break. In May, colder temperatures during bloom caused fruit set to be uneven, yielding a much smaller crop compared to earlier vintages. Winemakers and vineyard managers worked closely together as the season progressed to ensure grapes ripened uniformly. The harvest, which was in full swing by mid-August, was one of the earliest on record in Napa Valley, and most vintners completed picking by mid-October. Although the continuing drought was a concern around California, Napa Valley received 75% of its annual rainfall average in 2015 making it less worrisome for Napa vintners.

93 points
The Wine Advocate
"A blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec and 8% Petit Verdot, the deep garnet-purple 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Trilogy offers up aromas of cassis, blackberries and black cherries with hints of vanilla, chocolate and baking spices. Full-bodied, concentrated, expressive and open for business, it's spicy and velvety in the mouth with a long finish."
—Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW, October 2017
93 points
"Hot stones, oyster shell, ripe stems, pressed violets and nutmeg. Full-bodied with round, ripe tannins that are structured and dense, fine acidity and a fruit-forward finish. A blend of 82% cabernet sauvignon, 10% malbec and 8% petit verdot. Drink in 2020."
—James Sucking, December 2017

93 points
Blue Lifestyle
"Lush and rich with smooth texture and lush plum and berry fruit; dense and rich, deep and showing promise for aging."
—Anthony Dias Blue, January 2018

93 points
The Tasting Panel Magazine
April 2018

91 points & Best of Class
California State Fair
April 2018

90 points
Wine Enthusiast
April 2018

90 points
San Diego International Wine & Spirits Challenge
April 2018

90 points
Connoisseurs' Guide to California Wine
"On the basis of its ripe and fairly juicy, oak-sweetened aromas, it is easy enough to anticipate that this one will be rounded, ready-to-drink wine, but, if its initially up-front flavors are in fact fruity and very inviting in a way that distantly recalls good Merlot, it is all Cabernet Sauvignon in terms of its youthful tannins and obvious tactile grip. It is not ominously astringent, but it is firmly built and will take some time to make good on the promise of polish at which it now hints, and, while it warrants no less than three or four years of patience, we see it evolving favorably for seven to ten." April 2018

90 points
International Wine Report
"The 2015 Trilogy is an immense, ultra-modern Napa Valley red, composed of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec and 8% Petite Verdot which spent 18 months in 85% French oak and 15% American oak. It opens to profound aromatics of blackberry cobbler, crème de cassis, mocha, sweet spices, vanilla, sweet toasted oak and a touch of dusty notes all taking shape. Full-bodied, layered and intense on the palate, with profound depth and concentration. Ripe dark fruits and mocha flavors continue to resonate from its core, as it leads up to the long, mouth coating finish. Overall, this is a massive red, which should have at least a decade of evolution ahead..." Read more.
—J. D'Angelo, June 2018

Suggestions for rack restocking
The Tennessean
"Trilogy Red Wine, 2015, from Flora Springs was one of Napa's first Bordeaux-style red blendsnow it's a classic. Trilogy is like purple in the glass (even the winemaker calls it decadent)."
—Steve Prati, May 30, 2018

25 Wines to Drink Now or Lay Down for the Future
The Daily Meal
"You always want to have a few bottles of wine on hand that you can drink whenever the occasion arises, whether for tonight’s dinner, when friends drop by, or for an impromptu party. On the other hand, it's also nice to have a few bottles put away to drink in future years on special occasions...

A rich and delicious blend of mainly cabernet sauvignon with a little malbec and petit verdot, offering velvety flavors of blackberry and mulberry and a light oak accent." Read more.
—Roger Morris, March 21, 2018

Samples that Inspire a Rallying Cry Moment
DallasWineChick.com
"This was an unctuous wine that was packed with fruit – blackberry, cassis, black cherry, plum, chocolate, mocha, cedar and vanilla. It was nuanced and had depth. I kept discovering new flavors as we sipped. It was absolutely delicious."  Read more. March 18, 2018

Use of oak affects fruit character of cabernet sauvignon
Capital Gazette
"Flora Springs was a pioneer in making a Bordeaux blend — its first was in 1984. It’s no surprise, then, that experience and good fruit sources makes them a leader in hedonistic blends. Extracted dark fruit flavors with hints of pepper, chocolate and vanilla. Round tannins suggest good things to come." Read more.
—Tom Marquardt and Patrick Darr, February 21, 2018

There is 3x decadence in ‘Trilogy’
JuliatheWineExaminer.com
"Flora Springs has created a red Bordeaux blend that celebrates the incredible fusion of three varietals that define elegance. Your time swirling and sipping this incredible selection is long past due. This is bliss in a bottle...Open this seductive wine about 20 minutes before serving to allow aromas of Bing cherries, sweet cassis and blackberry to start the show. Then swirl and sip dark licorice, cola and cardamom flavors that explode on the palate and exit in a long, luxurious finish. Pour this "big" wine with "big" foods such as prime rib, bold burgers and meat laden pastas. Winemakers say this enticing, robust red wine can be enjoyed through the next decade; but why wait?" Read more. January 18, 2018
91+ points
Millennial Drinkers
"Deep and dark purplish ruby red. Layered nose with notes of vanilla bean, anise, cinnamon, cassis, blackberries and more baking spices. A little dark cocoa with some air. Medium plus tannins (6.5/10) and full body potential. A little spicy on the palate with lots of red and black fruits. Notes of cinnamon and sweet spices too. Long and lingering finish. Still just a baby that will improve with a few months, even years in the bottle. Drink Dates: 2018 till 2030." Read more. January 25, 2018
Rated: A
Drinkhacker
"This year’s Trilogy is a blend of 82% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Malbec, and 8% Petit Verdot. For 2015, Trilogy cuts a soulful, silky, and seductive profile, bursting at the seams with fruit both fresh and dried — plump currants, fresh plums, and dense blackberry notes. The fruit is so powerful the wine comes across as slightly sweet at times, and it cuts easily through any sense of tannin that might otherwise cling to the palate. As the finish evolves, bramble notes emerge alongside some gentle leather and tobacco, with an herbal, clove-heavy note percolating on the finish. Lots going on here, but at the same time, the wine is so easy to drink that it is, at times, hard to put down."
Read more. January 31, 2018
2015 Trilogy Review
Wine Weirdos, featuring Allison Levine of Please the Palate and the Napa Valley Register


Offer details: No further discounts, including Wine Club discount, or other offers apply. 20% discount applies only to the 2015 Trilogy Half-Case Special (6 750 mL bottles) directed to a single address in the continental U.S. via Ground shipping. Other shipping methods are available, but not included in this offer. Limited time offer. Offer cannot be combined with other offers or with wine club shipments. Carries no monetary value.

Summer Wine Shipping
Wine is a perishable product, and we want ours to arrive in perfect condition!

That means that we ship via Ground service only to certain states at this time:
CA, CO, IL, ID, IA, IN, KS, MI, MN, MO, MT, NE, NM, SD, WA, WI, and WY.

If you are shipping your order to a state not listed above, you have two options:
1) Opt for expedited shipping. Rates for expedited service are only marginally higher than Ground rates.

2) Opt for a summer shipping hold. We are happy to secure your order at the 2015 Trilogy Half-Case Special offer pricing and hold it in our temperature-controlled cellar until it is cool enough in your state to safely ship. In some areas, it might be mid to late October. We will notify you before we ship your order.

Notes:
AZ and NV: We currently are not shipping to these states. Please place your order now to secure special pricing and we will hold your shipment until late-October.

AK and HI: We ship to these states via 2-Day Air service only.

Sometimes it is too hot to safely ship wine to any state. If this is the case, we will process orders and hold shipments until the weather is more favorable. We will notify you if your order is subject to a weather hold.

Questions? Just give us a call at (800)-913-1118 or email info@florasprings.com.