SUMMARYA prestigious wine estate located in Napa Valley, California, Screaming Eagle produces a range of so-called cult wines. Cult wines, also known as limited production wines, are produced in very small quantities and the Screaming Eagle Winery only produces around 400 to 750 cases per year. Although the winery was only established in 1984, it quickly developed a cult following amongst connoisseurs and collectors. In 1992 Screaming Eagle wines were first introduced to Californian restaurant wine lists as an expensive ‘cult’ item, commanding prices of up to $4000 for some vintages. In more recent years this has been reduced slightly to an average price of $2,983 per bottle today. A new tasting facility was completed on-site at the winery in 2003 which can accommodate about 100 visitors daily offering tours of the facilities and tastings. Visitors drive through gates guarded by stone lions on their way into a building with marble walls that houses oak barrels from France’s Limousin region dating back over 200 years.
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