A singular expression of Cabernet Sauvignon that hails from a historic jewel box vineyard; “Tychson Hill,” named after Josephine Tychson, was the first of two vineyards purchased by Colgin in the 1990’s.

Ideally situated on the foothills of the Mayacamas Mountains, just north of St. Helena, and containing some of the rarest volcanic soil found in the Napa Valley, “Tychson Hill” has long been celebrated for its ethereal qualities, as well as floral notes and red fruit distinguishable in every vintage.

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2018 agile Black cherry, jasmine, hibiscus, full, floating texture *

Character

agile

High-Level Notes

Black cherry, jasmine, hibiscus, full, floating texture

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The 2018 "Tychson Hill" is deeply colored and laden with vibrant aromatics. Black and red fruits coalesce with its intense floral perfume. Cassis and black cherry are lifted with bright notes of hibiscus and blood orange. Silky, unctuous tannins glide across the palate with a velvety mouthfeel. A voluminous, floating texture gives the sensation of fullness and polish.

Climatic Conditions

The 2018 growing season in Napa Valley will be remembered for its mild weather throughout the year. The dormant season of winter, however, began with an unusually dry spell. Half of the rain we received did not arrive until after March 1st. A modest 20 inches in total, slightly below our average. By mid-April, the rains ceased and a contented season in the vineyard unfolded. Perhaps the biggest challenge to the entire season was the burgeoning grasses on the vineyard floor, a sign of the healthy soils.
Weather in May was cool, giving us moderate growth of the vines. A few sprinkles of rain occurred at the tail end, causing some flowers to shatter during bloom, resulting in looser clusters at harvest. Temperatures for the remainder of the season were incredibly mild. Much like 2013 and 2016, there was only 1 day over 100 degrees at the IX Estate for the entire year.
The first fruit was harvested the last week in September and was followed by a rain event in the first days of October. Drying winds coupled with our timely removal of leaves enhanced airflow around the clusters. After a one week pause, we began harvesting once again the second week of October. The photogenic clusters harvested in 2018 had dark blue plump berries rich in flavor.
The wines of this vintage are classic and pure, with a spectrum of flavor and are aromatically pixelated. They exhibit an intellectual character which displays distinct moods with time in the glass. Counter to some vintages, the 2018’s transform from savory aromatics into deeply fruity aromatics rather than vice versa. As they open, their well-defined, firm tannins evolve into a very full, velvety texture.

2017 nostalgic Slate, roses, red cherry, bright, textural, lasting *

Character

nostalgic

High-Level Notes

Slate, roses, red cherry, bright, textural, lasting

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The 2017 “Tychson Hill” reflects a deeper, darker element with flavors of black cherry, black currant, and molten chocolate. With purity and clarity, the wine unfolds with intricacy across the palate. The texture is supported by great tannins with a dusted cocoa sensation. The balance between sweet ripe tannins and a crystalline acidity gives the wine a calculated feeling of precision. These attributes ensure the 2017 “Tychson Hill” has an extended ability to age.

Climatic Conditions

The 2017 vintage began with double the average rainfall in winter, refilling the water reserves and delaying the beginning of the season. Warm weather in late April triggered a beautiful, rapid flowering and an extended heat wave in late May forced vines to taper off growth and focus efforts on the berries. The summer of 2017 experienced a few intense heat events, whose ultimate effect on our sites was to minimize the berry size and enhance concentration of the fruit. The balance between the canopy and the fruit in 2017 was unlike other years in that the lusher than normal green shoots and leaves of springtime added extra protection to the crop during the frequent heat waves. Harvest began in the middle of September with cold nights and sunny days and continued at a rapid pace until its completion on October 6th.
In 2017, thoughtful decisions about canopy management, irrigation, crop thinning and picking dates led Colgin to craft wines that enhance the strengths of this growing season, such as its aromatic complexity, greater natural acidity and pleasurable structure- qualities that will guarantee a long evolution in bottle. In the near term, the 2017 vintage wines express an inward nature. They hold within them a resilient spirit and reflect the character of all vintages that precede them, with perfume, freshness and minerality taking center stage.

2016 zen Effortless, raspberry preserves, graphite, vanilla bean, persistent *

Character

zen

High-Level Notes

Effortless, raspberry preserves, graphite, vanilla bean, persistent

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The pure expression of fruit and mineral in the 2016 “Tychson Hill” shows the energy of the vintage. The ideal growing season of 2016 imparts into the wine an innate delicacy and opulence. Brimming with black cherry, plum, and black currant, the 2016 vintage exudes the classic flavors of Cabernet Sauvignon. Compelling notes of cobblestones and graphite meld wit ha graceful lift of talc and floral. A harmonious texture of seamless tannins builds in breadth and layers as the wine glides across the palate.

Climatic Conditions

The winter of 2016 began with steady rainfall, bringing small doses over the entire winter and ending with a very rainy beginning of March. Following a sequence of drought vintages beginning in 2012, the wet winter brought a final reprieve from dry conditions. Budbreak arrived shortly thereafter as vines began a season that restored balance to vine and soil health. Steady shoot growth followed in April, and warm weather took hold in May during the blooming period. This healthy start to the season was a blessing, but the incredible weather that followed in the summer and fall would become the story of the vintage. We began harvest under foggy conditions in the middle of September. The mild nature of the remainder of the season would serve to retain flavor nuances and accumulate heightened amounts of color in the grape skins. Fruit condition over the entirety of harvest was impeccable. Supple skinned berries bursting with flavor and color extracted to form wines of freshness and vibrancy with an intensely harmonious palate. The wines of the 2016 vintage are thrilling and multifaceted- every nuance of delectable fruit is matched by vivid notes of each distinctive terroir.

2015 harmonious Concentrated, bushels of red fruit, anise, cinnamon, cashmere *

Character

harmonious

High-Level Notes

Concentrated, bushels of red fruit, anise, cinnamon, cashmere

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The 2015 “Tychson Hill” is a mesmerizing wine, balancing intensely fragrant ripe fruits with nuanced soft floral notes. The 2015 season accentuates the subtleties into one magnificent bouquet, showing a more deeply concentrated side of “Tychson Hill.” Black cherry chocolate truffle and macerated blackberries jump out of the glass, followed by pure notes of fresh roses, honeysuckle, and fennel. Layers of finesse tannin softly coat the palate. The richness disguises the structure underneath, finishing with a lingering flowery perfume.

Climatic Conditions

2015 continues the streak of exquisite vintages produced from the extended drought that began in 2013 in the Napa Valley. Much of the rain for the 2015 season came before winter even began. A long delay until early February followed, when a large storm came bringing mainly surface runoff. These alternating wet and dry conditions, combined with a warm winter, led to an early bud break at the beginning of March. A long, cool spring ensued bringing sporadic growing conditions leading into bloom. Uneven weather during flowering led to very light clusters with few berries, thus ensuring a small crop. What began as a challenge, ultimately resulted in a blessing. The small crop with tiny berries ripened quickly over the warm summer and fall, bringing fruit with vivid color and exciting levels of flavor. We crafted the 2015 vintage at Colgin with an emphasis on preserving the aromatic exuberance of the wines. The lush textures and inky color in the nascent wines guided us toward gentler extraction that would preserve the wine’s balance and let the energy shine through.

2014 vibrant Blackberry, plum, vivid, jasmine, intense, unctuous *

Character

vibrant

High-Level Notes

Blackberry, plum, vivid, jasmine, intense, unctuous

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The 2014 “Tychson Hill” demonstrates the freshness of the vintage with its layers of floral scents such as roses, wildflowers, jasmine, and violets. This wine shows great precision with notes of blackberry and dark cherry balanced with a fresh acidity on the palate. Graphite and a strong sense of mineral add poise to this exuberant and flavorful vintage. The polished tannins are lush and decadent with intensely vibrant flavors that carry to a long finish.

Climatic Conditions

The wines of 2014 have an immense sense of purity. The mild weather of the 2014 vintage produced wines with sophistication that beautifully balance elegance with true power. The superbly delineated flavors are both fresh and fully ripe. A harmonious quality is apparent in the suave texture of these wines. The 2014 vintage seductively draws you in, then piques your curiosity and keeps you returning repeatedly for more. The 2014 season followed the unseasonably dry 2013 vintage and began with one of the driest Januarys in recent history. It wasn’t until February came that we received the bulk of our wet weather. Despite all the references to a drought, what perhaps made an even bigger imprint on the 2014 season was the warmth we experienced in the winter. As both factors combined we began one of the earliest growing seasons since 2005. As spring and summer unfolded, we saw marginally warmer temperatures all year long and yet we experienced very few heat waves. The vines set a beautiful crop, and it was no surprise that 2014 led to one of our earliest harvests, beginning on August 29th. Berries were plump and fresh as they were harvested. As the wines evolved in the cellar, we observed how their flavors span a broad spectrum- from powerful dark fruits, to classic and subtle Napa Valley herbal and earth notes, reminiscent of an earlier era. With their silky textures developing over the course of the fermentation, we extracted the wines using longer, slower macerations, adding to their nuance and length. The 2014 vintage comes in a sequence of stellar vintages. Following the classic structure of the 2012 and the concentrated nature of the 2013 vintages, the 2014 stands apart from its predecessors in that it captures the supple dense qualities of a warm vintage, married with the perfumed characteristics of a cooler vintage. Such qualities harken back to great vintages like 2005, and even further back to the age worthy 1995, as witnessed in our 1995 Colgin “Herb Lamb.”

2013 compelling Sumptuous, ripe red fruits, nectar, deep and rich *

Character

compelling

High-Level Notes

Sumptuous, ripe red fruits, nectar, deep and rich

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The 2013 “Tychson Hill” perfectly demonstrates the black cherry and rich red raspberry characters consistently found in this wine. The aromas in this exquisite wine are layered with notes of graphite, jasmine, and exotic vanilla. The seamlessness, elegance, and floral lift form a perfect composition of beauty and power, with refinement.

Climatic Conditions

With an ideal blend of cool and warm weather at the right time, the 2013 vintage gave us perfectly ripened fruit with wonderfully preserved flavors. What was perhaps atypical of 2013 was the rainfall pattern, as we were in the second year of a drought; beyond January, we had no rain. In a sense, the 2013 season was "made to order." By mid-September, we reached a pattern of sunny and mild weather, by which point the berries had attained an unbelievable intensity of flavor, color, and tannin. With fruit so rich in flavor and texture, we found the wines extracted very effortlessly and thus the balance between power and elegance in the 2013 vintage was achieved with shorter macerations in the cellar.

2012 indulgent Raspberry, almond, iron, honeysuckle *

Character

indulgent

High-Level Notes

Raspberry, almond, iron, honeysuckle

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The purity of flavor and the complexity of this historic site shine through in the 2012 "Tychson Hill." This seductively delicious wine portrays the fragrance and the seamless texture that is exceedingly consistent to "Tychson Hill." Because of the textbook growing season, the 2012 “Tychson Hill” possesses a dark red fruit profile, expressing forward aromas of ripe black cherry and rich red raspberry. The seamlessness and elegance of this notable site are underscored by more power in 2012.

The intensity of these flavors gives the sense of a perfectly ripe fruit picked just at its peak. Even more, an exotic and fragrant blend of floral blossom, vanilla and dark cocoa add layers of depth to the nose. The 2012 saturates the palate upon entry with its suave and graceful texture. As these plump tannins evolve, they gain succulence and density, possessing a savory quality of umami. A cobblestone mineral note persists to the finish.

Climatic Conditions

The 2012 begins a series of three exceptional vintages for the Napa Valley. The 2012 season was quite temperate and long, and began with moderate rainfall, much of which fell during early March. Small rain events occurred in April, which helped to nurture the soil, and by mid-May we had steady beautiful weather. The climatic conditions were so ideal that the vines set quite a healthy crop. As summer evolved, the vineyard team meticulously removed excess fruit from the clusters, ensuring a higher level of quality. The wines were crafted with a commitment to preserving freshness and capturing the distinct fruit flavors and textures of the vintage. The wines of 2012 contain exceptional intensity and a lovely seductive opulence.

2011 stately Blackberry, tobacco leaf, gravel, suavely textured *

Character

stately

High-Level Notes

Blackberry, tobacco leaf, gravel, suavely textured

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The 2011 “Tychson Hill” is full of vivid aromatics that perfectly exemplify the hallmarks of the vintage. The wine is loaded with floral notes of violets, purple wildflowers, and even a hint of rose. Underneath these intoxicating layers, there are darker flavors of black cherry, boysenberry, and licorice. Subtle hints of Thai spices, vanillin, and wet stones bring complexity and distinction to the nose. The perfume and freshness of the 2011 “Tychson Hill” suggests that it has a very long life ahead.

Climatic Conditions

There is enormous beauty to be found in the 2011 vintage! The experiences of the season are what help distinguish the pedigree of the Colgin vineyard sites from others. The 2011 growing season in Napa Valley seems only to be recognized for its challenges, yet a great site can take challenges in stride. With a wet start to the season, we have a significant advantage in that each of our sites is planted on hillsides with well-draining rocky soils. Given the wet spring, we experienced one of our latest blooms on record in June. The summer followed with relatively mild temperatures during which time we worked diligently in the vineyard to reduce the canopy and bring the vines into balance. At veraison in late August, we removed enough clusters to ensure a consistent, even ripening. We began our harvest the final week in September and picked virtually all of our Merlot and Syrah in this period. Two small rain events the first week of October hastened the progress of the harvest-yet what followed was altruistic, sunny weather which remained through the completion of the harvest season. We picked the Cabernet Sauvignon the second half of October and our conscientious team ensured only the most pristine berries were sorted into the fermentation tanks. The wines were made with a slightly more delicate hand in order to capture their freshness and respect the fruit. The resulting wines of the 2011 vintage are brilliantly aromatic. They have deliciously round tannin and are bolstered by a bright and balanced level of acidity. The flavors of each site truly stand out in this vintage, and the quality of the wines is a testament to the quality of the terroirs upon which they are grown.

2010 timeless Fresh berries, talc, forest floor, cracked pepper, polished *

Character

timeless

High-Level Notes

Fresh berries, talc, forest floor, cracked pepper, polished

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The 2010 “Tychson Hill” is seductive and elegant. The nose is initially filled with scents of black cherry liqueur and dark chocolate. These aromatics are tempered by mineral notes of graphite and talc, which come from the cobble-stone soil. The texture of the wine is silky and layered with the classic seamlessness from this historic vineyard. The long-growing season of 2010 elevates the aromatics to new heights while maintaining the purity for which “Tychson Hill” is known. Those who cellar the 2010 “Tychson Hill” will be greatly rewarded over the next twenty years.

Climatic Conditions

The 2010 growing season in Napa Valley was cooler in nature, with periods of late rainfall in April and May. The late spring led to rapid growth in early summer, making it imperative to bring balance between canopy and vine. Moderate temperatures defined the summer until the heat returned in late August, allowing the grapes to fully ripen. Because of the cooler weather and later harvest, the grapes were picked with wonderful levels of acidity and nuanced flavors. 2010 will be remembered as an excellent vintage that is heralded for its richness and brilliance.

2009 feminine Dark cherry, dried rose petals, forest floor *

Character

feminine

High-Level Notes

Dark cherry, dried rose petals, forest floor

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The 2009 “Tychson Hill” opens with a beautiful perfume of dark licorice, boysenberry, and honeysuckle. The uniqueness of the vineyard continues to dictate the essence of the wine, with complex aromas of rock and loam, and lingering notes of exotic spices. The palate is silky and velvety with an elegant richness from day one. The best of 2009 will reveal itself in the next twenty-plus years.

Climatic Conditions

The 2009 vintage was characterized by balance. Small rain events in April and May compensated for a drier winter and brought hydration to the vines just before the summer months. Summertime brought few days over 100 degrees, as well as seasonal fog from the San Francisco Bay. Several small heat events in September rounded out the flavor and tannin development of the fruit. Mild weather at the beginning of October provided perfect conditions for ripening Cabernet. The quality of the 2009 vintage was outstanding and the wines exhibit a purity of fruit and structural elegance.

2008 racy Red licorice, vanillin, pomegranate, supple, refreshing *

Character

racy

High-Level Notes

Red licorice, vanillin, pomegranate, supple, refreshing

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The 2008 “Tychson Hill” is elegant with aromatics of purple fruits, black cherries, honeysuckle, and cardamom. Underneath this intoxicating bouquet, the wine hints at darker brooding notes of chocolate malt and graphite. The texture is incredibly pleasing with a silky palate and complementary tannin. The elegance of 2008 “Tychson Hill” will continue to persist with age.

Climatic Conditions

The 2008 vintage was shaped by the La Nina weather pattern. Our vineyards received only 60% of our average rainfall, which tapered off by mid-March. Due to the mild winter, the dry soils prompted the vines to push their growth earlier than usual, which set the stage for the remainder of the season. The drier conditions meant the vines naturally produced less fruit than average. Several heat events in the summer sped up ripening, bringing uniformity of color and flavor to the fruit. A heat wave at the beginning of September started harvest with Merlot and Syrah. Mid-September brought cooler weather, allowing the Cabernet to ripen slowly, and be picked at the end of the month. The 2008 crop was quite small, but the resulting wines are elegant with great structure and concentration.

2007 decadent Blackberry, cracked pepper, black licorice, finely textured *

Character

decadent

High-Level Notes

Blackberry, cracked pepper, black licorice, finely textured

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The 2007 “Tychson Hill” is full of seductive aromatics. Raspberry chocolate notes along with complex notes of crushed rocks and incense fill the glass. The texture of the wine continues to seduce with layers of silky tannins coating the palate. The 2007 “Tychson” will age gracefully for a generation.

Climatic Conditions

An exceptional growing season from beginning to end is the definition of the 2007 vintage. A mild spring followed a drier winter, yet several light rains helped the vines cope with the mild drought. A moderate summer with cooler than average temperatures allowed for slow, even development of the berries. A short heat wave around Labor Day resulted in our earliest picking of Merlot ever, but cooler weather soon followed, allowing the Cabernet to hang on the vine longer. The additional time on the vine resulted in riper tannins, lower sugar levels, and great natural acidity. Overall, the 2007 vintage was truly a winemaker's dream, with wines defined by intense color and deep aromatics.

2006 focused Graphite, cherry, sea breeze, floral, broad, long *

Character

focused

High-Level Notes

Graphite, cherry, sea breeze, floral, broad, long

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The 2006 “Tychson Hill” is a wonderfully aromatic wine, with aromas of honeysuckle and berries leading into darker notes of smoke and wet stone. On the palate the wine is deliciously round and plush with a structural finesse. The 2006 “Tychson Hill” will age gracefully.

Climatic Conditions

The 2006 vintage began a bit slower than previous years. With a wetter winter, soils took longer to dry out, and vines woke up in April, several weeks later than other vintages. A beautifully moderate spring helped accelerate vine growth by early June. A heat wave in July signaled to the vines that summer had arrived, shifting the focus to ripening the fruit. Balanced summer weather followed, and warmer temperatures in October intensified color and developed ripe, soft tannins. The 2006 vintage is defined by bright aromatics, fresh acidity, and great balance.

2005 seamless Supple, black raspberry, damp earth, truffle *

Character

seamless

High-Level Notes

Supple, black raspberry, damp earth, truffle

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The 2005 “Tychson Hill” is initially demure. At first the wine exhibits notes of ripe plums, yet with time in the glass, it expresses compelling aromas of nutmeg and savory meatiness. The wine is soft and silky on the palate, with an elegant texture that has a lingering finish. With the freshness of the acidity and the enveloping texture of the tannins, the 2005 “Tychson Hill” will evolve for decades.

2004 commanding Elixir of fruit, white flowers, sumptuous, enveloping *

Character

commanding

High-Level Notes

Elixir of fruit, white flowers, sumptuous, enveloping

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The 2004 “Tychson Hill” showcases aromas that span an entire spectrum of flavor. The ruby colored wine begins with fragrant notes of sweet floral cassis and pomegranate that soon lead into secondary aromas of smoke, crushed rock, soy, and saline air. The wine is replete with silky tannins and a fresh level of acidity.

2003 serious Red currant, espresso, crushed rock, tailored texture *

Character

serious

High-Level Notes

Red currant, espresso, crushed rock, tailored texture

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The 2003 “Tychson Hill” displays wonderful freshness and a nice line pure line of acidity running through the wine. A duality of aromatics emerge from the glass- one part dried red fruit and floral notes combined with the alluring element of forest and earth. The palate is graceful and charming on a medium bodied frame as the wine glides to a taut muscular finish. This wine is a snapshot of what the vineyard smells like during a cooling mist.

2002 sensuous Black raspberry, mocha, mineral, lushly textured *

Character

sensuous

High-Level Notes

Black raspberry, mocha, mineral, lushly textured

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The 2002 “Tychson Hill” was not only the third vintage from this historic vineyard, it was also the first crush at the new Colgin Cellars winery. The soils of mostly rock and shallow gravel is revealed in Tychson Hill’s plethora of aromatics. The color of “Tychson Hill” is deep red, and the wine is vibrant and complex with notes of red fruits, earth, and exotic spices such as Tamarind. The tannins are ripe and silky on the palate, and the are matched by a strong structure.

2001 regal Gravelly mineral, perfume, black truffle, pure *

Character

regal

High-Level Notes

Gravelly mineral, perfume, black truffle, pure

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The second vintage of “Tychson Hill” reflects the remarkable vintage and the alluring terroir of the site by showcasing aromatics of fresh blackberries, raspberry, and a savory minerality. On the palate, rich tannins combine with vanilla undertones, highlighting complexity on the palate. The 2001 growing season produced deeply pleasurable wines reminiscent of no other vintage in recent memory. Yields in 2001 were miniscule, but produced excellent, long-lasting wines.

2000 inviting Perfumed, crushed raspberry, ethereal, charming *

Character

inviting

High-Level Notes

Perfumed, crushed raspberry, ethereal, charming

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The 2000 “Tychson Hill” marks the first vintage of estate grown Cabernet Sauvignon released by Colgin Cellars from this historic two and one-half acre vineyard. “Tychson Hill” possesses an uplifting aromas of fresh berries and minerals with a soft, integrated tannin structure. The 2000 “Tychson Hill” Cabernet Sauvignon possesses power and elegance with aromatics of lavender, cassis, and graphite, and a flavor profile of black fruits with a sweet earthiness. Beautifully balanced, the wine is approachable at an early age and will age gracefully.

“Tychson Hill blew my mind…this edifying beauty takes Napa Valley elegance and grace to a whole new level.”

Lisa Perrotti-Brown, The Wine Advocate

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