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Stanley Cheng, CEO of Meyer Corporation has launched 'Stephanie', a new line of red Bordeaux varietal wines from his family's Hestan Vineyards in Napa Valley, in the US.

The debut release includes the 2005 Stephanie Red Bordeaux Blend (940 cases US$65), 2005 Stephanie Cabernet Sauvignon (930 cases $50) and 2005 Stephanie Merlot (475 cases $40).

Named after Heng's daughter, he said, "My wife, Helen, and I are thrilled to see the realisation of Stephanie Wines. We've been humbled by the praise for our vineyard's Cabernet Sauvignon and have for some time had the idea of making a line of wines to showcase all five of the red Bordeaux varietals we've planted here."

Hestan Vineyards is a 127-acre ranch located on Napa Valley's south-eastern slopes at the base of Okell Hill.

Sectors: Wine

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