Lapis Luna Cabernet Sauvignon Lodi California 750ml

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Crimson in the glass with aromas of dark chocolate, cherry and a hint of roasted coffee. Rich and full textured on the palate with profound dark fruit. The finish brings succulent tannins and is long reaching, leaving you craving for more.

Wine Profile

Lodi, CA


Drinking window
Now to 2028

Winemaker Notes
All of the fruit was gently destemmed and crushed, then inoculated. Each fermentation was pumped-over twice daily, with the temperature peaking at 90º F. Maceration from 12 to 28 days, barrel aged 10 months

Established in 1999, Lapis Luna translates to “stone” and “moon”. Over the past 20 years, we have been on a journey to produce exceptional wines from incredible California vineyards. Our wines deliver fresh and vibrant fruit, balanced with lively acidity and good structure, creating true-to-varietal expressions that can be enjoyed every night of the week.

The label artwork originated with 400-year-old copperplate engravings from the early 1600s, published by the poet Herman Hugo. Meneer Hugo was born in Brussels, Belgium. In 1624, he published the popular book “Pia Desideria” (Loving Desires) containing engravings and emblems of love. The book became a classic of seventeenth century. Each Lapis Luna label shows a faceless hero overcoming obstacles in a timeless story of aspiration and redemption. The quest depicted on the bottles reflects the hero’s journey to reach for the moon.

Our Inspirational Wine Maker

With over 25 years of experience in the wine industry, Nicole Walsh has held every position in wine production including Winemaking, Vineyard Management, Grower Relations, and Property Development.

Originally from Saginaw, MI, Nicole graduated with honors from Michigan State University with a major in Horticulture/Viticulture at a time when this undergraduate department comprised of two students. This rare opportunity gave her a hands-on opportunity to be guided by graduate professors in Horticulture with a focus on growing grapes and making wine.  During her last semester, she attended a sustainable agriculture institution Universidad E.A.R.T.H. in Costa Rica. It was there that she became proficient in the Spanish language and solidified her commitment to sustainable agriculture.

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