Wine Spectator, November 15, 2013 Issue Cover Story
A New Fall Classic. Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Seaver crafts a powerful Cabernet.
2010 Vintage Wine Advocate Rating, December 2012
The 2010 Cabernet Sauvignon GTS is endowed with a serious power and depth.
2009 Vintage Wine Spectator Rating, October 2012
The 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon GTS packs in lots of rich, dense flavors.
Wine Spectator's 2011 New York Wine Experience
Video of Tom’s participation in this event.
2009 Vintage Wine Advocate Rating, December 2011
The 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon GTS is big, rich and textured in its dark red fruit.
2008 Vintage Wine Spectator Rating, October 2011
A gorgeous wine, rich and layered, this is tight yet with a wide range of complex flavors.
Legendary Athletes and Their Wines
Wine Spectator editor and publisher Marvin R. Shanken got to the point quickly: “What the hell are you doing in the wine business?” he asked.
Winemaker of the Year
On his first pilgrimage to Napa Valley as a recent college graduate, Thomas Rivers Brown was star-struck: “All those people and wineries I’d read about.
Seaver's Tales of Wine and Roses
Tom Seaver has never lacked for words, confidence or enthusiasm. With little prompting, he can launch into stories about pitching to Henry Aaron, winning it all with the 1969 Mets or any of a thousand other moments.
Joining the Big Leagues
One of Baseball’s all-time pitching greats, Tom Seaver, is a rising star in the competitive fields of Napa Valley.
Pitcher Tom Seaver, 60, who led the underdog New York Mets to their miraculous World Series championship in 1969, caught the winemaking bug.
Warming Up in the Vineyard, Tom Terrific
With a cup of hot coffee, Tom Seaver took an early morning stroll recently through his secluded three-acre vineyard on Diamond Mountain just south of this rustic Napa Valley town.