Beringer Vineyards

Quantum Napa Valley Red Blend

8.949 ratings
8.93 pro ratings
Napa Valley, California, USA
Red Blend
Top Notes For
Aaron Means

Too much oak. Off balance but big and ripe.

Too much oak. Off balance but big and ripe.

May 17th, 2017
Elsie W

Alcoholic Beverages General Sales Manager, Safeway

8.8

Very smooth and easy drinking

Very smooth and easy drinking

Oct 2nd, 2016
Ricky Young

Great Blend

Great Blend

Sep 19th, 2017
Tracy Anderson

Happy 28th Anniversary! Nice and smooth.

Happy 28th Anniversary! Nice and smooth.

Aug 5th, 2017
Greg Pennisi

Very big and bold. Make sure you have something with some big flavor to pair it with. Happy Mother's Day!

Very big and bold. Make sure you have something with some big flavor to pair it with. Happy Mother's Day!

May 15th, 2017
Joseph Leahy

Dark and red fruit slight foresty hints. High alcohol medium plus tannin not very oaky. Smooth long lasting finish. Good first impression. $55

Dark and red fruit slight foresty hints. High alcohol medium plus tannin not very oaky. Smooth long lasting finish. Good first impression. $55

Mar 1st, 2017
Crystal Tran

An okay blend

An okay blend

Feb 10th, 2017
R J Thom

Boysenberry on the nose, big plum and dark cherry. Licorice and leather on the finish balancing soft tannins.

Boysenberry on the nose, big plum and dark cherry. Licorice and leather on the finish balancing soft tannins.

Aug 31st, 2016
Ryan Mayes

Big Napa Meritage. Lot of horsepower, not very much finesse. I don't drink a ton of Beringer but from memory would characterize this as a more highly concentrated, structured, rounder version of the Knight's Valley cab without the balance or precision of the Reserve. A solid buy at Costco's $33 price point but wouldn't buy at full retail, which I believe is double. At that price point, would go with the Cinq Cepages bottling from another Treasury Wine Estate producer on the west side of the ridge, Chateau St. Jean.

Big Napa Meritage. Lot of horsepower, not very much finesse. I don't drink a ton of Beringer but from memory would characterize this as a more highly concentrated, structured, rounder version of the Knight's Valley cab without the balance or precision of the Reserve. A solid buy at Costco's $33 price point but wouldn't buy at full retail, which I believe is double. At that price point, would go with the Cinq Cepages bottling from another Treasury Wine Estate producer on the west side of the ridge, Chateau St. Jean.

Aug 15th, 2016
Leslie Ungs

Delicious Napa blend. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Petite Sirah. Well balanced and easy to drink.

Delicious Napa blend. Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec, and Petite Sirah. Well balanced and easy to drink.

Aug 13th, 2016