Established in 1900 by Frenchman Georges de Latour, and located in the Rutherford AVA, Beaulieu Vineyard has been producing wine for more than a century. When Georges’s wife, Fernande, first saw the four-acre ranch that would become their original vineyard, she named it "Beau Lieu," or "beautiful place." Georges expanded their vineyard holdings over the next several decades, many of which are still part of the BV portfolio today. With the vision of making Napa Valley wines that would rival those of his native France, Georges imported Phylloxera resistant rootstock from Europe and in 1938 brought to America famed enologist André Tchelistcheff. Tchelistcheff went on to create the prestige cuvée Georges de Latour Private Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, an iconic wine, named for the estate’s founder, that was destined to become Napa Valley’s first “cult” Cabernets. Today, Beaulieu Vineyard utilises the finest grapes and the latest technology, in combination with gentle, traditional winemaking, to handcraft Cuvée Georges de Latour, one of the most collected American wines. An exceptional Cabernet Sauvignon, rich, bold and classic in style, it is quintessential Napa Valley.