An experienced proprietary trader and financial professional, Larry Greenfield most recently served as a desk leader and partner at the Jericho, New York-based investment firm OPUS Trading. Since his brother became the owner of a store purveying fine wines, Larry Greenfield has become an avid oenophile who particularly enjoys cabernet sauvignons from Napa Valley, California.
Many wine aficionados agree that the region’s cabernet sauvignons are Napa Valley’s greatest contribution to the world of wine. In part, this is due to the fact that the late-ripening cabernet sauvignon grape flourishes in a climate that supports warm days and cool nights. European connoisseurs first took notice of the Napa Valley region in 1976, thanks to the exceptional performance of a Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon at a famous wine tasting in Paris.
The best Napa Valley cabernet sauvignons begin with growing seasons that have generally moderate weather conditions. In recent years, the best regional cabernet sauvignon vintages have included 1997, 2005, and 2012. In general, cabernets reach their peak after aging 10 to 15 years.
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