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Mount Eden VineyardsCabernet Sauvignon Estate Santa Cruz Mts
Cabernet Sauvignon from California, United States
From Mount Eden's website: The heritage of Mount Eden Cabernet Sauvignon dates back to the 1890s, when the famed viticulturist Emmett Rixford of Woodside, California, obtained selected cuttings from Chateau Margaux in Bordeaux, France. Rixford planted his famous La Questa Vineyard with these...
Sustainable
DB0450-15
Mount Eden VineyardsChardonnay Edna Valley
Chardonnay from California, United States
Jean-Pierre Wolff farms 55 acres of Chardonnay vines in the bucolic Edna Valley, outside the town of San Luis Obispo. Originally planted in 1976 by Edna Valley wine pioneer Andy Macgregor (Wolff purchased the property from Macgregor in 1999), the vineyard is the oldest in the Edna Valley. Mount...
Sustainable
DB0455-17
Mount Eden VineyardsChardonnay Estate Santa Cruz Mts
Chardonnay from California, United States
From Mount Eden's website: In the late 1940s and early 1960s, Martin Ray planted six acres of Chardonnay vines propagated from a Burgundian selection grown in the original Paul Masson vineyard.  20 acres of Estate Chardonnay are now farmed at Mount Eden from which 1,200 to 2,000 cases per year are...
Sustainable
DB0452-16
BebameEl Dorado County Red
Cabernet Franc from California, United States
Half open-bin, half tank fermentation with manual punchdowns once or twice a day. Nothing added or subtracted in the process. The wine is blended and aged in stainless steel and bottled in between February and April of the following year. 96% Cabernet Franc, 4% Gamay. 900 cases produced.
Sustainable
DB9116-15
End of NowhereVerdejo "A Space Oddity"
Verdejo from California, United States
100% Verdejo from Heringer Vineyard in Clarksburg AVA (Yolo County). Clay/Loam soils, very fertile. Certified sustainable in conversion to organic. The fruit was 1/3 skin fermented until dry, 1/3 direct press, 1/3 macerated on the skins for 12 hours. Barrel aged in neutral french oak for 10 months...
Sustainable
DB9199-18