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2013 Faust Wine Advocate

Accolades | 03-01-16 | Wine Advocate

90 points, Wine Advocate

2012 The Pact James Suckling

Accolades | 03-01-16 | James Suckling

95 points, James Suckling

2013 Faust Accolades

Accolades | 03-01-16 | Wine Advocate, James Suckling, Wine & Spirits

90 points, Wine Advocate

2012 The Lure Accolade

Accolades | 03-01-16 | James Suckling

94 points, James Suckling

93 Points from

Accolades | 03-06-13 | Faust

"Dense and powerful, yet not over the top, the 2010 Faust delivers sweet black fruit supported by the signature suave tannins of Huneeus’s wines.  But there’s more than just fruit in the glass.  Engaging spice, herbal notes and bright acidity make you want to take another sip." -- Michael Apstein

Faust 2010 WineReviewOnline Accolade
2012 Wine and Spirits Poll

Accolades | 04-01-12 | Wine & Spirits

Faust is named a sommelier favorite in the 23nd Annual Restaurant poll.

"Highly Recommended" 2008 Faust

Accolades | 06-01-11 | San Francisco Chronicle

"Agustin Huneeus (Quintessa) started this label in part to harness vineyards in Napa's emerging Coombsville region, and the delicacy here signals that area's potential for less-ripe, less in-you-face fruit.  Sweet spice (think all spice) amid a slightly juicy profile- cassis and raspberry, with an orange-like tang.

Faust Places on the Wine and Spirits 22nd Annual Restaurant Poll

Accolades | 04-01-11 | Wine & Spirits

Faust is named a sommelier favorite in the 22nd Annual Restaurant poll.

New York Times Names Faust Top Napa Cab

Accolades | 02-28-11 | The New York Times

“Napa Cabernet’s Class of 2007”“We found the Georges de Latour Private Reserve from Beaulieu...for $90, down from $120...and we got Beringer Vineyards Private Reserve, another $120 bottle, for $85.Even so, our No. 1 wine was a $47 bottle from Faust, owned by Agustin Huneeus...It displayed not only the freshness of...

"Top Special Occasion Wine!" 2007 Faust

Accolades | 11-01-10 | Sunset

"Soft tannins and great aromatics wrap around a classic core of black currant, cherry, and licorice."