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  • Ballerina: This wine twirls in the glass with aromas of red cherry, under-ripe raspberries, rose petal and wild strawberries. The dance continues throughout your taste buds with bright flavors of just ripe strawberries, juicy cherries, and wet stone. The long crisp finish sets the tone for a hot summer day or a quiet evening of romance with a sunset. Vineyard Notes The near picture-perfect growing season began in late February....


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  • Tango. In perfect unison, the oak and fruit support each other without either dominating. Aromas of honey, tangerine peel, fresh oak and pineapple complement the taste of caramel-covered apple, slight hints of cool rock and a beautiful finish of vanilla. The weight of this Chardonnay matches well with full orchestra salads! Vineyard Notes The 2017 vintage was a year of many challenges. We finally saw rain that helped replenish our...


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  • Samba. Named for our version of the reverse turn, we mark our Pinot Noir by concentrated flavors and strength. Our hallmark dark berry fruit aromas and flavors have a richness and structure this year, that makes this Pinot stand tall. Make your move with a perfectly grilled lamb chop or savory stuffed mushrooms. Vineyard Notes Although we experienced the third year of drought and received nearly 75% of normal precipitation...


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  • Waltz. Graceful and elegant with a gentle rhythm that glides flawlessly across the palate. Our Russian River Pinot Noir has pretty, red berry aromas of raspberry jam, just-picked strawberry, and sweet vanilla. The graceful flavors of wild strawberry and ripe plum have a touch of sweet oak to complete a long and balanced finish. Light a candle and settle into the twilight. Vineyard Notes Although we experienced the third year...


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  • Bolero. Our Syrah breaks open the moment it hits your lips. The structure is firm and powerful with rich, dark chocolate aromas followed by macerated blackberry fruit flavors with nicely punctuated notes of black pepper spiciness. This wine is no wall flower and it deserves a food pairing of equal stature. Vineyard Notes Although we experienced the third year of drought and received nearly 75% of normal precipitation for the...


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  • The blend of Cabernet Sauvignon fruit from Calistoga, Oakville and Coombsville leads with aromas of red cherry, plum and licorice. The Syrah jumps in with bold, dark fruit flavors upfront while the tart cherry, vanilla spice and more red plum flavors of Merlot round out the palate. Fine grain oak tannins blend nicely with the fruit tannin to create a long, balanced finish. Beautiful aromas of ripe red plum, anise seed,...


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  • The 2015 Black Label has rich black fruit aromas and flavors. It is intense on the palate, with gorgeous supple tannins that are seductive and balanced. This wine keeps your attention with layers of cocoa powder, new French oak and a long, juicy finish of perfectly ripe, dark berries. This is a wine that exemplifies the Stags Leap District. Vineyard Notes Purchased in 1998, the Family Ranch is located in...


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  • This beautifully structured expression from our warmest estate vineyard has floral notes of lavender balanced against red berry fruit, black pepper jerky and sandalwood. The big, bold tannin grabs in the mid-palate but surrenders to the macerated dark berry fruit, spicy oak and a long, juicy finish. Vineyard Notes Our Stella Knight estate vineyard was purchased in 2013. This unique little 10-acre gem is nestled into the shadow of Diamond...


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  • Aromas of butterscotch, toasted hazelnuts, pie crust and dried dates frame red berry, red plum and cherry notes. The pretty aromas flow into more robust flavors of dark red berry, green olive, spicy oak with hints of toast. The tannin structure is gentle and generous with a long, mouthwatering finish. Vineyard Notes The UC Davis Oakville Station is made up of two unique vineyards: The South Station and the Old...


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  • Each year we select our finest barrels to create our pinnacle expression of Cabernet Sauvignon. The dark, macerated black fruit is beautifully balanced with big, spicy oak that harmonizes into a fully structured mouthfeel. Full-bodied flavors of cigar box, black oolong tea and jam linger long and well on the finish. This is a wine that grabs your attention and doesn’t let go! Vineyard Notes Purchased in 1998, the Family...


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  • The complexity of this wine is entrancing. Floral aromas of dried rose petal, Earl Grey tea and molasses mingle well with a mineral and graphite component. Flavors of strawberry jam, rhubarb, black cherry and black licorice blend seamlessly with the sweet oak. Well balanced tannins flow to a long, lingering finish with fine acidity. Vineyard Notes We have worked with the Herrera family for over 12 years. Throughout this time,...


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  • For all you Black Label fans, we've pulled together a vertical from the cellar. Each set includes one 750ml bottle each of the 2008, 2009 and 2010 vintages of our 100% Stags Leap District Estate Grown Cabernet Sauvignon. Vintage Notes 2008 Black Label: Dark red ruby hues and powerful aromas of ripe red fruit, dried roses, figs, and caramel are the hallmarks of this classic Stags Leap District Napa Valley...


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  • Michael named this wine in honor of his father and the style reflects Tom Baldacci’s personality. Filled with life, this sparkling wine has wonderful aromas of ripe pear, green apple and toasted almonds. Flavors of crisp green apple, citrus and toast mingle beautifully with tight, tiny bubbles. The wine finishes long and crisp and is perfect for any celebration. Vineyard Notes Although 2015 was the third year of drought and...


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  • This wine is to be enjoyed at the end of a marvelous meal, with acidity that keeps the wine fresh but a touch of sugar to give you a wonderful mouthwatering mouthfeel and finish. Vineyard Notes The near picture-perfect growing season began in late February. Spring was mild, with extended flowering yielding uniform grape clusters. Temperatures remained steady and warm throughout the growing season, without any significant heat spikes, making...


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