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Our 2014 vintage begins with traditional Tempranillo dark fruit aromas of black currant and dark cherries. As the wine opens up, it conveys a pleasant combination of earthiness and oak. It is round and velvety on the palate, with lively acidity balanced by smooth tannins and a fruity finish that lingers.
Our 2014 vintage of this Sierra Nevada classic offers aromas of red and black currant with a rich dollop of blackberry, followed by leather and a hint of black pepper on the palate. This is a full bodied wine with fresh acidity, well integrated tannins and a touch of oak on the prolonged finish.
Barbera is fast becoming the signature wine of the Sierra Foothills and our 2014 vintage is a classic example as to why. This food friendly wine is pleasingly round with bright red cherry and red currant aromas. Lively acidity, soft tannins and a kiss of oak give way to the extended, fruity finish.
Our 2013 Cabernet has a mixture of black currant and blackberry with a hint of smoke on the nose and just the slightest suggestion of bell pepper, reflective of the cooler than normal weather prevalent that year. Medium bodied, lively acidity, and soft tannins make this a very approachable Cabernet. Pair it with your summer BBQ and other traditional fare.
This vintage of Petite Sirah is a big wine with complex flavors that start with aromas of black currant, bing cherry and overtones of toast. The fruit continues on the palate enlivened by crisp acidity and firm tannins that linger in the finish. Still in it's youth, this wine will only improve with a little more time in the cellar.
Aromas of bright fruit, primarily red and black currant with slight overtones of raspberry. On the palate, ripe bing cherry comes to the fore with fresh acidity, a medium body mouthfeel and lively tannins that carry into the lingering finish. Load up the plate with meatballs, this wine is more of a super Tuscan style than a Chianti.