Winery Notes: “Stanly Ranch is the easternmost vineyard in the Los Carneros appellation. Originally planted with Pinot Noir in the 1870s, the vineyard borders the wetlands of the Napa River/San Pablo Bay watershed. Proximity to the cool foggy marine climate of the bay imparts spicy aromatics in the wine, while the clay and clay loam soils contribute an earthy complexity to the blackcherry fruit flavors.”
Tasting Notes: The 2017 Coho is made from three distinct Dijon clones (115, 667, 777) and fermented with a Romanee-Conti yeast selection. The wine offers ripe aromas of black cherry, wild berry and enticing ripe plum aromas mingle with floral violet scents with a toasted almond and vanilla-infused bouquet. Rich and mouth-filling on entry, where the opulent texture reveals layered black cherry, plum and red currant flavors and fine-grained tannins which build finesse on the elegant finish. Only 433 six-pack cases were produced.
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