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Sauvignon blanc is a green-skinned grape variety that originates from the Bordeaux region of France. The grape most likely gets its name from the French words sauvage ("wild") and blanc ("white") due to its early origins as an indigenous grape in South West France. It is possibly a descendant of Savagnin. Sauvignon blanc is planted in many of the world's wine regions, producing a crisp, dry, and refreshing white varietal wine. The grape is also a component of the famous dessert wines from Sauternes and Barsac. Our 2016 Sauvignon Blanc shows aggressively grassy and notes sweetly tropical. With noticeable acidity and "green flavors" of grass, green bell peppers and nettles with some tropical fruit (such as passion fruit) and floral (such as elderflower) notes. Lodi’s warmer climates, develops more tropical fruit notes leaving slight grapefruit and tree fruit (such as peach) notes.
The Abba Syrah is wonderfully influenced by Lodi’s Southern Rhone climate. Full-bodied with softer tannins showing bright jammy red fruit with notes of blueberry, spicy and candy. Red racy across the palate with soft lingering tannins. Native Fermentation. One hundred percent Syrah grown on the east side of Lodi’s AVA.
“This Vineyard is a challenge to manage due to the Smart Henry trellis system, but I love the quality of fruit it produces”…Grower Phil Abba
A full-bodied wine with a lush, bouncy characters. Natural aromatics of peach, pears, violets and minerality. Viticulture practices and climate with Viognier require a long, warm growing season in order to fully ripen and develop a long range of fruit profiles. Appellation: Lodi, Harvest Date: 9/12/2015, Alcohol: 13.1% Residual Sugar: Dry Bottling Date: 3/22/16 Winemaker: Michael J McCay
Rous vineyard was planted in 1909 and is one of the first vineyards planted on St George root stock in the Lodi AVA. Very consistent yields of 2.5 tons per acts, year after year the Rous vineyard is our first Zinfandel vineyard picked. Showing very distinct Eastside characteristics of floral nose with bright red fruit, red and racy though the palate.
Grenache blanc (also known as garnatxa blanca in Catalonia) is a variety of white wine grape that is related to the red grape Grenache. It is mostly found in Rhone wine blends. Its wines are characterized by high alcohol and low acidity, with citrus and or herbaceous notes. Its vigor can lead to overproduction and flabbiness. However, if yields are controlled, it can contribute flavor and length. Grenache Blanc for a food and wine paring works well with most types of seafood. However, it’s a perfect match for shellfish and of course, the famous dish of southern France, bouillabaisse. The 2016 Grenache Blanc, shows elements of green apple, herb and minerality, along with floral scents and refreshing acidity. This vineyard planted in the Sloughhouse sub AVA of Lodi Wine Country and thrives in the hot, dry and often windy conditions found in the Northern part of the Lodi Appellation.
100% Cinsaut form the Bechtold Vineyard (Vineyard of the Year / Wine Institute) planted in 1886. Ripe cherries and raspberries are permeated by notes of cloves, allspice, briers, brambles and loam and wild tones of cranberry singing with purity and intensity; 100% Native Fermentation.
This Dry Rose’ of Grenache exhibits notes of Strawberry, Stone Peach with hints of Red Ruby Grapefruit. Well balanced and round through the palate crafted in a traditional old world style using Native fermentation and produced in stainless steel. Appellation: Lodi Alcohol: 12.5% Residual Sugar: Dry Bottling Date: 3/21/18, Production: 453 cases / Native Fermentation Winemaker: Michael J McCay
Carignane produces wines high in acidity, bright color, tannin, and is best in older vineyards. This Carignane is from the Rauser Vineyard and was planted in 1906. A wonderful southern Rhone style red wine. A great companion on a Summer day…bright cranberry with red licorice and balanced acidity gives this 108 year old Carignane Summertime appeal. Appellation: Lodi, Harvest Date: Sept. 29 2012 Harvest Brix: 24.1 Alcohol: 14.1 pH: 3.63 Total Acid: .63 g/100ml Residual Sugar: Dry Bottling Date: 3/22/15, Production: 218 cases Winemaker: Michael J McCay
Beautiful aromas of red fruits, licorice and black pepper, flavores of cherry and spice that lends a welcome sense of delicacy. The wine is quite dry but flavorful along the spiced and macerated red and black berry and plum range, and it’s powered by vibrant acidity for propulsive energy. Tannins, on the other hand, feeling carved from dusty underbrush, briers and brambles, are tranquil, deeply set and inexorable. 100 percent Grenache aged in neutral oak with native fermentation. Appellation: Lodi, Harvest Date: 9/1/2014, Production: 178 cases Winemaker: Michael J McCay
An elegant vintage of Zinfandel form The Estate Vineyard “Lot 13” planted in 1915. This Estate grown Zinfandel is exhilarating showing you characteristics of Red and Black fruit. On the front Raspberry, Red Cherry come across the palate. Once this Zinfandel has moved to the back of your palate a show of Black Berry, Dark Plum and Date start to explode, all the time wrap with a rich Blueberry nose, Dry Sandalwood, soft Vanilla-edged Cherry/Huckleberry, bolstered by fine, tight-knit tannins. Appellation: Lodi Harvest Date: 9/22/2012 Harvest Brix: 24.3 Alcohol: 14.4 Residual Sugar: Dry Bottling Date: 3/21/2105 Production: 379 cases Winemaker: Michael J McCay