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Instagram Live with Simon Faury, Winemaker of Crown Point Vineyards
February 15, 2021

Instagram Live with Simon Faury, Winemaker of Crown Point Vineyards


Join us on Tuesday, February 23rd at 5:00pm, when Wally’s President, Christian Navarro, will be catching up with Crown Point’s winemaker, Simon Faury, for a virtual live tasting on Wally’s Instagram Live! Crown Point produces some of the finest wines in Santa Barbara County. Located in the foothills of Happy Canyon, Crown Point produces highly allocated estate wines that are hard to find! One is a pure expression of Cabernet Sauvignon, and its counterpart is a proprietary blend based on Bordeaux varieties. Winemaker Simon Faury’s mission is to make world-class wines from the highest quality estate-grown fruit.

Place your order today and taste along with Christian and Simon to learn about the history and future of the incomparable wines of Crown Point.



Tuesday, February 23rd, 5:00PM


Instagram Live @Wallysofficial


Taste and enjoy the finest expressions of the winery, hear personal stories from Simon, ask questions during a live Q&A


Step 1: Follow Wally’s Official on Instagram @wallysofficial

Step 2: To experience the wine with Simon and Christian, order your bottles today.

2016 Crown Point Estate Selection

Wally's Price: $150

There's an impressive amount of complexity on the nose of this bottling by winemaker Adam Henkel, from crushed graphite and concentrated black strawberry to cinnamon pastry, licorice and a brush of herbs. The sip is intense, with leathery but chiseled tannins presenting flavors of charred black currant, licorice, black olive, dried flower and white pepper. - Wine Enthusiast

97 points, Wine Enthusiast

May 15, 2019 7:27:57 AM

2018 Crown Point Relevant Red Blend

Wally's Price: $90

Functioning as the second wine of the estate (meaning younger vines and blocks that didn’t make the selection for the top cuvée), the 2018 Relevant checks in as 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Cabernet Franc, and 5% Petit Verdot that spent 22 months in barrel. Beautifully pure cassis, violets, flowery incense, and spice notes all emerge from this beauty, which is soft, supple, layered, and just impossible to resist. It's an opulent, sexy wine that certainly doesn’t taste like a second wine at this point. - Jeb Dunnuck

96 points, Jeb Dunnuck

May 15, 2019 7:27:57 AM

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