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The 2016 vintage season came early in Sonoma County, with an early budbreak and unusually cool summer that allowed more hang time.
Just a stone's throw from Carlisle Vineyard, this "grand dame" of the Russian River Valley was planted in 1934 by Charley (Carlo) Papera. While many old-vine vineyards contain plenty of mixed black varieties, most of the blocks at Papera Ranch are 95+% Zinfandel.
Gallo Family Vineyards Cabernet Sauvignon is full-bodied, smooth and has a hint of oak. It's a nicely balanced red wine with rich blackberry and black currant notes. The Gallo family has over 80 years of family ownership and wine making experience.
Combining the artistry of the old world with the technology of the new, Jordan produces Cabernet Sauvignon, blended in the tradition of Bordeaux.
The 2019 Neyers 304 Sonoma Chardonnay has a refreshing natural crispness to it, along with a delicious citric element of lemon and lime. It finishes fresh and vibrant and is low in alcohol. It goes well with a wide variety of foods.
Blackberry, cocoa licorice on the nose. Full-bodied palate with fig and plum fruit, chalky tannins, mineral and chaparral notes on the finish.