The number “6” in Chinese culture represents happiness or fluidity. It allows us to flow through life with positive thoughts and energy and is also associated with luck and success in the business world.
The number “8” in Chinese culture represents wealth or prosperity. The perfect symmetry of the number implies limitless possibilities and evokes balance and enlightenment.
The number “9” in Chinese culture represents longevity or eternity. Traditionally associated with emperors, the largest single digit is believed to be the luckiest of numbers and inspires harmony and balance in life.
It is said in Chinese culture that the numbers SIX EIGHT & NINE are considered to be lucky or positive numbers.
During our travels through the Far East we experienced this to be true. We’ve named our winery after these numbers in respect for and in tribute to the positive forces each represents.
Similar to the interwoven numbers in our logo, our wines reflect separate elements coming together into one balanced and harmonious whole.
When you drink 689 Cellars wines, our hope is that you too will lead a happy, wealthy and long life.
2015 Napa Valley White Wine
Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier & Muscat
Aged in a combination of French Oak and stainless steel.
2015 Napa Valley Red Wine
Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Sirah, Petite Verdot and Syrah.
SIX EIGHT NINE
2013 NAPA VALLEY CABERNET SAUVIGNON
Our 2013 release of Napa Valley cabernet sauvignon brings together fruit from renowned Cabernet growing regions of Napa Valley - Calistoga, Oakville and Rutherford. Each region provides its signature characteristic to the final blend, culminating in a wine of distinct complexity and balance. Tasting Notes
2014 CALIFORNIA RED WINE
Our 2014 release of KILLER DROP brings together fruit from renowned regions of Northern California including Napa Valley, Sonoma, the Sierra Foothills, Lodi and Mendocino. Each region contributes distinctive characteristics into the final blend, resulting in an expressive wine with multiple layers of complexity and balance. Tasting Notes