Pair with a slightly smokey gouda, herbaceous genoa salami, and slow roasted pork shoulder and beef tenderloin. A hearty stew or Osso Buco are some other favorite dishes highly recommended with this robust blend.
The grapes that make this wine are all from some of our favorite vineyards in Sonoma Valley; the Sangiovese from the Alpicella Vineyard Estate and both the Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah from Deerfield Ranch Vineyards.
This Super-Tuscan style blend of 52% Sangiovese, 27% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 21% Syrah.
Winemaker: Michael Muscardini
Appellation: Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County
Varietals: 52% Sangiovese, 27% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 21% Syrah
Harvested: September 2017
Bottled: February 25, 2020
Cases Produced: 1011
Aromas of cranberries, pomegranate, red cherry cordial, sassafras and blood orange zest, alongside the lighter damp earth tones on the palate. Full-bodied and downright voluptuous, while having a wonderful combination of freshness and tension, this gorgeous Pinot Noir should have a long life ahead of it.
Aromas of fresh baked bread, shades of kumquat zest and spice come together in the glass. The palate has marvelous texture and mouthfeel, leading to a full-bodied apple pie, brioche, honeysuckle, toasted almond and lemon cream flavor.
Inviting aromas of blackberries and blackcurrants woven together with baking spices, graphite, cocoa powder, anise and hints of mineral which all burst from the glass. The palate possesses a gorgeous full body that is round and voluptuous. Continues to impress as it displays excellent depth and finish.
Bursting with aromas of cherry, spice, hints of cranberry and tobacco. Flavors of cherry pie, pomegranate and cola with a soft elegant mouthfeel. Amazingly easy-drinking...
Dark, Juicy & Bold...
Deep red with a rich translucent core. Viscous legs adhere high up on the glass, while ruby color bands glide down amid a swirl. Aromas of black cherry, blackberry, red currant, spice, and elegantly toasted oak. The palate offers more bold fruit, eventually mellowing as soft tannins take hold.