Welcome to our cellar!
The Titus Family has opened their library of very rare and extremely limited selections to share with you.
The wines you see listed below range in availability from one bottle to five cases per wine.
You may contact us at email@example.com at any time to receive complete tasting notes for our library wines as well as vintage notes for available selections.
Browse Library Wines
Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon
Lot 1 is the epitome of the Titus brothers' maverick flair, thriving on the non-traditional. The result is Lot 1's unique blend of Malbec, Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot and Zinfandel that is anything but petite!
Lot 1 is the epitome of the Titus brothers' maverick flair, thriving on the non-traditional. The result is Lot 1's unique blend of Petite Sirah, Petit Verdot and Zinfandel that is anything but petite!
The Titus Cab is made in a traditional Bordeaux style blend and is what our estate is all about. Savor this wine with good company.
In creating our rich Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon,
the best lots of wine are blended together to highlight
the uniquely intense and robust varietal characters of the
Cabernet Sauvignon grape.
Lot 1 is the epitome of the Titus brothers' off center flair,
thriving on the non-traditional. The result is Lot 1's unique
blend of Petite Sirah and Petit Verdot that is anything but petite!
Consistently strong press vintage after vintage coupled with a tiny production have given Lot 1 a cult wine reputation.
The 2009 Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon has a shimmering, deep purple and ruby color. The nose is alluring and complex with aromas of black cherry, passion fruit, tamarind, lychee, sweet powdered cocoa, mulling spice and notes of brown sugar and oak spice. The mouth-feel is soft, full-bodied, and rich with well integrated, fine grain tannins give way to lush, juicy flavors of sweet pomegranate, ripe plum, and strawberry accompanied by chocolate, and anise in addition to the aromas that follow through to the palate. This wine is sure to be a crowd pleaser in any and all situations. Recommended drinking time is five to ten years from vintage. Maximum suggested aging is fifteen years from vintage.