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One of favorites! An easy-drinking, dry & crisp Rose of Zinfandel from Dry Creek Valley
Our decadent alcohol-removed Moscato opens with gorgeous aromas of rose petals and peaches, framed by a palate of sweet, creamy flavors and a lovely, lingering finish.
55% Zinfandel, 22% Petite Sirah, 20% Syrah, 3% Primitivo
Petite Sirah is known for its inky purple color, and this wine is no exception! Awesome dark color implies a concentrated wine, and there is no doubt this wine packs intense leather, cassis and French oak into a remarkably rich and full bodied wine.
This Weisser Burgunder grows on warm, southwest-facing vineyard slopes where the gray slate soils store the
sunshine by day and distribute it back to the vines by night. As a result, the fruit can stay longer on the vine,
encouraging supple, juicy wines with intense aromas of melon and banana. The unmistakable Saar acidity
provides a final polish and clarity that inspired the diamond on the label.
Green-blue notes of green apple, kiwi, elderflower, and mint cross paths with scrub brush, pineapple and resinous eucalyptus on the nose. An assertive palate turns up chewy salted lime texture, limestone chalk, and a breath of cool resinous herbs to finish.
True to its growing season, this 2014 Oregon Dundee Hills Pinot is a medium-deep garnet color, with a dark core...white pepper, dark cherry framed by youthful tannins.
Largo Ridge Wines motto : "Be kind and drink good wine!" Their 2017 Cabernet Sauvignon...vibrant and juicy...perfect balance of acid and tannin...
This classic-style California pinot noir is complex, fruity and showing flavors of black licorice, red currant, crushed rose and baking spices
To preserve all the delicate flavors that the vine produced, we generally harvest all grapes by hand, press with gentle pressure and do as little intervention in the cellar as possible. But we invest something essential: time. Patience and time pay off in viticulture and pressing, fermentation and maturation. We don't do any Fining, the sedimentation occurs naturally, only little amounts of Sulfur is added.