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Costco wine prices are across the board fantastic, and Costco stocks a wide range of Groth wines – I’m a huge fan of all Groth wines! These are great all around wines and they come in a wide price range. Groth Cabernet is a great bottle for under $50 at Costco, and you can find Groth Cabernet Sauvignon wine on sale at Costco too, for a super deal!

Costco Groth Cabernet Review

Groth Cabernet is a wonderful full-bodied cabernet. It is a dry cab with a smooth finish and balanced tannins. It’s oaky and earthy with hints of blackberry. I think most full bodied wine lovers will be very happy with this bottle for under $50.

We grab a few of these bottles of Costco Groth Cab on sale to have on hand for housewarming or hostess gifts.

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94-Point Napa Valley Cabernet from the Legendary Groth Vineyards! Farmed a Stone’s Throw from Silver Oak, PlumpJack, and Screaming Eagle!

Editor’s Note, Vivino

Costco Item Number & Price

Groth Cabernet Sauvignon Oakville – Napa Valley 2015 750 ML is Costco Item Number 13851 and costs $47.99 per bottle.

Costco Wine Tip: You can snag this bottle on sale for $10.00 off, or $37.99, if you keep your eye out!

Where to Find it

Find Groth Cabernet at Costco in the wooden wine bins in-store.

Costco Wine Delivery

Costco.com doesn’t currently offer Groth Cabernet for home delivery, however, you can check to see if SameDayCostco offers same day delivery of Costco wines, including this bottle of Groth in your area.

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Groth Cabernet on sale at Costco.

About Groth Family Wines

It didn’t take the Groth family long to know that in buying the Oakville Estate, they had acquired a special property. The first recognition that immediately put Groth on the map and confirmed their credentials was when Robert Parker of the Wine Advocate gave the Groth 1985 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon the distinction of being California’s first perfect 100-point wine. This sparked feverish demand for the wine.

The Groth family’s commitment to quality continues to draw recognition. Groth wines have been ranked on Wine Spectator’s prestigious Top 100 Wines list eight times in the winery’s history, most recently in 2019, when the 2016 Reserve Cabernet was No. 4.

About The Groth Oakville Estate

Oakville is a breathtakingly beautiful place set among centuries-old oak trees and a patchwork of meticulously planted vineyards stretching between the Mayacamas Mountains to the West and the Vaca Mountain range to the East.

The Groth family played an important role in the growth of Oakville as a recognized preeminent wine region. Today, Oakville is home to a large concentration of some of the very best Napa Valley producers of Cabernet Sauvignon.

Dennis and Judy Groth became full time residents of Oakville in 1985, establishing Oakville as their family home. They quickly grew to learn about tight knit farming communities relying on neighbors for advice and guidance. Their children grew up playing on the vineyards, and as they grew older developed a deep rooted appreciation for their estate and the importance of farming the right way to protect their family vineyard as an asset for future generations.

The Groth Oakville Estate is nestled on the valley floor in the heart of the Napa Valley. The Oakville AVA is arguably the finest Cabernet Sauvignon appellation in the United States. The Groth estate is a 121-acre vineyard which was originally planted in the early 1970’s by Justin Meyer, well known for his success with Silver Oak.

Read More About Groth Family WInes, their Sustainability, and Winemaking Process Here.

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