2006 Russian River Valley "Two Acres" Red Wine

75% Mourvèdre
10% Petite Sirah
8% Carignane
5% Syrah
2% Alicante Bouschet

pH: 3.72
T.A.: 6.0 g/L
Alcohol: 14.8%
Cases Produced: 179

Yields in this restored 1910 vineyard were 1.7 tons to the acre in 2006. Picked October 26th, the must was cold-soaked for five days before a “native” fermentation began. After 16 days on the skins, the wine was pressed to all French oak, 28% new. Bottled unfined and unfiltered.

Russian River Valley "Two Acres" Red Wine

Tasting Note:

Dark ruby-red. An incredibly seductive, intoxicating nose of tree bark, blood orange, meat, iron, cardamom, and olive. On the palate, full-bodied and mouth coating, with a Häagen Dazs-like intensity. Way too easy to slurp now (especially if thrown into a decanter) but will benefit with age. Certainly one of our finest Two Acres. Drink from 2009 through 2018. (MRO – 10/30/08)

Suggested Retail: $38 - Sold Out
Release Date: November 2008