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The Cabernet Shiraz has been a Loxton Cellars favorite since the first version in 2005. The style has changed little over the years except for showing the natural vintage variations.Tasted from barrel, the wine has great color, some of the mulberry fruit of Cabernet which dominates at the moment, while the palate shows some elegance and medium plus body with oak influence that adds to the excellent tannin structure. There is nice fruit sweetness and I expect this wine to be ready to drink in 12 months, but will also reward time in the cellar.
The estate Syrah has shown that it deserves to be bottled separately, as it is a wonderful example of Syrah from here on the Estate vineyard. The 2019 is a little more fruit forward than the past few years and somewhat softer with a rounder tannin structure. A wine to enjoy now and for the next 5-8 years.
This Sonoma Valley Syrah is blended from 3 Syrah vineyards. I wanted a wine of moderate alcohol and blending has given us the depth of flavor to make it very versatile with food. It forcibly reminds me of the Syrah wines from cooler regions (Victoria in Australia and Northern France). Drink now and for the next 3-5 years.
Wrapped in gorgeous giftbags. Enjoy our 2021 versions of the Hawk Hill Vineyard Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.
Every version of the Sonoma Reds is different, but each continues a theme. A wine to enjoy with food and friends and always receives the same care and attention as any of my other wines. This one is based on Syrah and Zinfandel, with smaller amounts of Cabernet sauvignon and Grenache but also has some Rosé and Viognier left over from the Spring bottling. A wine to enjoy anytime for the next few years. Special case pricing is being offered.
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After many years I've been fortunate to once again get the fabulous fruit from Hawk Hill vineyard in Freestone which was the source of my first Pinot in 2005!
My Zinfandel block at Rossi Ranch still contains a significant portion of the original vines planted in 1910!