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Decades in The Making

Library wines have value far beyond record keeping or legacy – because they tell a story. Each wine recounts a particular vintage, a celebration, a moment in time. Tasting one of these rare wines is a sensory experience unlike any other, because it transports you back in time to re-live a memory – and savor a moment enriched by years of evolution.

We established the Lokoya library to share our history with our collectors for years to come. Wines that are 10, 15, 20 years old or more present the extraordinary opportunity of experiencing Napa Valley’s great mountain appellations through the years. As the bottles evolve with time, the distinctive nuances and age-ability of each can be tasted, shared, and savored with those closest to you.

Every wine has its own unique signature – a personality that speaks to you in a particular way. Natural vintage variation drives each of our wines to showcase the purest expression of place from the year it was grown. True beauty lies in this unpredictable diversity, and the wines themselves serve as historians of our journey.

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Mount Veeder

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
The 2007 Lokoya Mount Veeder continues to rise out of the vineyard with a comparable vision of power and grace. It delivers great depth and structure and though it has mellowed out through years of aging, the wine still shows the bright lift of its youth.

Profile
Violets, blueberry, some pain de grille, tannins are still carrying structure and a wonderful minerality on the finish.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant gently 1 hour prior to enjoying. This wine will become more layered and complete over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Veeder Peak
Barrel Aging: 22 months in 100% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: September 6 – October 17, 2007
Bottling Date: August 31, 2009
Vintage number: 13th bottling
Production: 1,159 cases
Age Ability: 2037+

99 Points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Robert Parker Wine Advocate, August 2018

Mount Veeder

2009 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
This wine was tight for many years, but as this vintage has aged it has unwound in a way that highlights the underlying subtly of its characters and come into its own. With a full-bodied powerhouse palate and a long finish, this wine is a dichotomy of gripping tannin and mouthwatering acidity.

Profile
Cassis, rose petal, anise, toast, chocolate maltl, cigar box and structural tannins that go on forever.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant 1 hour prior to enjoying. Swirl in a large decanter to impart more oxygen as this wine opens up over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Veeder Peak
Barrel Aging: 22 months in 100% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: September 30 – October 28, 2009
Bottling Date: August 18, 2011
Vintage number: 15th bottling
Production: 916 cases
Age Ability: 2045+

97 Points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Robert Parker Wine Advocate, January 2020

Mount Veeder

2011 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
This exquisite example of Mount Veeder Cabernet Sauvignon right away reveals a super floral perfume mingled with aromas of dark chocolate-covered blueberries. The killer minerality for which Mount Veeder is known comes through on the palate along with touches of blue-black fruit and rose petal followed by a seemingly endless finish. This wine can easily cellar for 25 years more.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant 1 hour prior to enjoying. Swirl in a large decanter to impart more oxygen as this wine opens up over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Veeder Peak Vineyard, Mt. Brave Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 21 months in 99% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: October 21 – November 5, 2011
Bottling Date: August 16, 2013
Vintage number: 17th bottling
Production: 850 cases
Age Ability: 2045+

98 Points
Robert M. Parker Jr., Robert Parker Wine Advocate, October 2013

Howell Mountain

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
The 2007 Lokoya Howell Mountain has aged gracefully in the cellar. Time has complemented this wine – allowing it to evolve over time while still retaining its youth. An amalgam of bright fruit, jasmine, toast, dark chocolate, and blackberry pie envelop your palate and finish with a solid tannin structure that is not overwhelming. This is a wine that will continue to develop for many years to come.

Profile
Jasmine, dark chocolate, blackberry pie, great mid palate and length, and a finessed tannin structure.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant gently 1 hour prior to enjoying. This wine will become more layered and complete over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: W.S. Keyes Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 19 months in 100% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: October 23 – 29, 2007
Bottling Date: August 28, 2009
Vintage number: 13th bottling
Production: 486 cases
Age Ability: 2045+

97 Points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Robert Parker Wine Advocate, August 2018

Spring Mountain District

2007 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
Time has allowed this wine to age gracefully while retaining its youthful enthusiasm. The wine has a remarkable concentration of color accompanied by a palate that is a tightwire balancing act of tannin, mouthwatering acidity, and satisfyingly sweet fruit.

Profile
Dark berry, rose petal, Asian spice, toasted walnut, chocolate-covered cherry, caramelized orange rind, great depth, curvy middle.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant gently 1 hour prior to enjoying. This wine will become more layered and complete over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Spring Mountain Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 19 months in 100% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: September 11 – October 16, 2007
Bottling Date: September 2, 2009
Vintage number: 3rd bottling
Production: 523 cases
Age Ability: 2045+

95 Points
Lisa Perrotti-Brown, Robert Parker Wine Advocate, August 2018

Spring Mountain District

2009 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
The 2009 Spring Mountain embraces the benefits of age but has retained its youthful energy. Vibrant and in no way shy, this wine presents a linear texture, complex fruit, well-integrated tannins and an electric acidity on the palate – just beginning to show its evolution.

Profile
Dark berry, redwood forest minerality and aromatics, cassis, candied pecans, blackberry, rose, and a length that just keeps going.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant 1 hour prior to enjoying. Swirl in a large decanter to impart more oxygen as this wine opens up over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Spring Mountain Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 22 months in 100% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: October 6 – 30, 2009
Bottling Date: August 19, 2011
Vintage number: 5th bottling
Production: 183 cases
Age Ability: 2045+

94 Points
Robert M. Parker, Jr., Robert Parker Wine Advocate, December 2009

Spring Mountain District

2011 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
Stunning notes of blackberry, toast, and anise on the nose give way to an opulent marriage of coffee, dark chocolate, and brandied cherries on the palate. The 2011 Spring Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon boasts a lengthy palate, and it will continue to develop for many years to come.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant 1 hour prior to enjoying. Swirl in a large decanter to impart more oxygen as this wine opens up over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Spring Mountain Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 21 months in 99% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: October 24 – November 1, 2011
Bottling Date: August 19, 2013
Vintage number: 7th bottling
Production: 225 cases
Age Ability: 2038+

96 Points
Robert M. Parker Jr., Robert Parker Wine Advocate, October 2013

Diamond Mountain District

2011 Cabernet Sauvignon

Winemaker Notes
The 2011 Diamond Mountain District Cabernet Sauvignon bursts from the glass with scents of black cherry, mint, and cassis. The full-bodied palate offers expressive characteristics of ripe strawberry, cinnamon and cardamom spice and finishes with a super-silky texture. This wine should age beautifully for over 15 years.

Decanting Recommendations
Open and decant 1 hour prior to enjoying. Swirl in a large decanter to impart more oxygen as this wine opens up over the course of several hours.

Vineyard: Andrew Geoffrey Vineyard, Von Strasser Estate Vineyard
Barrel Aging: 21 months in 96% new French Oak
Harvest Dates: October 21 – November 1, 2011
Bottling Date: August 19, 2013
Vintage number: 17th bottling
Production: 202 cases
Age Ability: 2035+

92 Points
Robert M. Parker Jr., Robert Parker Wine Advocate, October 2013

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