Los Angeles Dodgers First Baseman Cody Bellinger has achieved more in his 25-years than most athletes in a lifetime, earning 2017 Rookie of the Year, 2019 National League MVP and 2020 World Series, all within his first four seasons. He achieved these honors through dedication to his team and work ethic, but nothing could make him more proud than bringing a World Championship back to Los Angeles.
Cody’s equally committed to improving lives in his communities through educational, health and athletic programs. To help achieve that goal, The Bellinger Family Foundation has partnered with Uncork for a Cause and the dedicated team at Amici Cellars to produce a stunning 92-point Cabernet Sauvignon with 50% of gross sales from each bottle sold to support various community initiatives in Los Angeles and the Bellinger’s hometown of Phoenix.
Purchase a bottle or autographed bottle of the 2018 Amici Cody Bellinger Sonoma County Cabernet Sauvignon and play ball with the Bellingers knowing a portion of your proceeds are directly benefiting those most in need. For home field advantage, our winemaking team recommends pairing this lush, full-bodied wine with peanuts and Cracker Jacks.
The 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon grapes hand-selected from premier vineyards in Alexander Valley, Dry Creek and Rockpile in Sonoma County. The wine is a powerful, full-bodied with great structure and plush, chocolatey tannins. The wine opens with lovely aromas of blackberry, licorice and toasted spice. On the palate, the dense and juicy mouthfeel features blackberry compote and rhubarb pie notes that carry through a strong finish lingering of oak spice.
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Sonoma County
- 100% Cabernet Sauvignon
- Vintage Notes
- 2018 was truly a winemakers’ vintage, and the quality of the resulting wines presents itself in bottle. Generous rainfall in February led to a late budbreak and extended flowering period. Beautiful and mild weather throughout spring and summer made for a healthy crop load. With no major heat spikes or weather events in the fall, winemakers were able to patiently wait to pick at optimal fruit ripeness.