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Wolf Pack Wine

Each year we create a special barrel of wine in honor of Loyola University of New Orleans; where Bob received his undergraduate degree.  Bob's parents were both immigrants to America and neither had the benefit of a university education. They both believed strongly in the power of education and saved to ensure their two sons had the opportunity to attend college.

Bob was determined to do all he could to lessen the burden of his college expenses on his parents and selected Loyola when offered a full academic scholarship. To show our gratitude for this opportunity, we donate a portion of the sales from each bottle of Wolf Pack wine to the merit scholarship fund of Loyola University.  

Loyola truly changed the arc of our lives.  It was where Bob & Debb first met!

Our 2014 Lagniappe (LAN-yap) Peak Wolfpack Cuvee is crafted from Malbec sourced from the Snowden Vineyard, just north of Rutherford; and Syrah, hand farmed on our estate located on Atlas Peak in Napa Valley. This wine has a pleasing, lush texture which is complimented by the polished tannins anchoring the finish. ENTER DISCOUNT CODE Loyola TO RECEIVE $20 FLAT RATE SHIPPING.

$45.00
Wolfpack Cuvee has been specially created in honor of Loyola University New Orleans, where Bob received his undergraduate degree. A portion of the proceeds from each bottle of Wolf Pack Cuvee is donated to the Loyola scholarship fund. Note: If we cannot currently ship directly to your state please email us (lagniappepeak@gmail.com) as we have third party alternatives. Our fruit was whole cluster pressed; and then allowed to settle for 48 hours prior to moving into once used and neutral French oak barrels. Fermentation and malolactic conversion was completed in the barrels. We performed monthly batonnage (stirring the lees) to achieve incredible richness. ENTER DISCOUNT CODE Loyola TO RECEIVE $20 FLAT RATE SHIPPING.

$35.00

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Lagniappe Peak, Napa Valley

Our hillside vineyards are planted in volcanic soils and overlook the extensive San Francisco Bay.
We enjoy cool morning breezes followed by long afternoon sun; in short, optimal growing conditions.