Located midway up Soda Canyon on a steep, southeast-facing amphitheater bowl that is filled with decomposing volcanic rock. This terroir, while different from the stony soils of Bordeaux, result with Cabernet, a similar graphite-herbal bouquet and gripping tannic acidity.
Our long elevage aging lasts for 30 months in barrel before bottling, in order to develop a complex bouquet and flavors. The resulting wine is supple with nicely developed earthen-fruit flavors. Deep ruby red color hue. The body of the wine becomes expansive in the mouth, with no interference of oak flavors to change the make-up of the fruit / tannin structure. The bouquet is reminiscent of plums, violets, stones and minerals.
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