Professional Golfers with their Own Wine Labels

Arnold Palmer Cabernet Sauvignon (2007)

Professional Golfers with their Own Wine LabelsThis cabernet sauvignon is the richest in Arnie’s wine arsenal, and its dark fruit flavors and aromas make it a prime option when pairing with a late fall or winter dish. Palmer’s collection is created using grapes from vineyards scattered about California’s North Coast region. The global golf icon entered the wine business in 2003 through a partnership with longtime friend and founder of Luna Vineyards, Mike Moone. Priced affordably, this red will make you feel like a King.

Price: $15


Greg Norman Santa Barbara County Chardonnay (2008)

Greg Norman Santa Barbara County Chardonnay (2008) – We feature his refreshing Santa Barbara County Chardonnay, a light blend with hints of citrus and peach to be savored in all seasons. Past vintages were highly rated by Wine Enthusiast and Wine Spectator.

Price: $14



Jack Nicklaus Private Reserve (2008)

Better late than never to the wine game for golf’s ultimate major champion. Jack Nicklaus Wines is produced in partnership with Terlato Wines. The Napa Valley-based vineyard also makes the Luke Donald Collection. The next batch of Nicklaus’ private reserve is available exclusively through Garnet in color, this red has “concentrated layers of dark fruit – black cherries and raspberries with velvety tannins.”

Price: $49


Ernie Els (2005)

The genesis of the Big Easy’s entrance into the wine industry was a long-standing relationship between Els and winemaker Jean Engelbrecht. Engelbrecht-Els vineyards was formed in 1999, and a year later the first vintage, a signature Bordeaux blend, became the highest rated (93) South African in history according to Wine Spectator. Ernie Els is the flagship wine produced by the partnership, and this 2005 vintage is very long and poised – just like Mr. Els. Plum red in color, this vintage offers great middle palate complexity and a lingering spicy finish.

Price: $70


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