Aromas of black raspberry and dried flowers on the nose with brightness and the slightest hint of oak. Flavors of strawberry balsamic, dark stone fruits, cherry and spice with a lingering acidity and a long peppery finish. Color is a rich garnet with beautiful brightness. Due to the great mountain acidity, this wine will continue to evolve in the bottle and expressions of the rocky mountain terroir will continue to delight. Good with food now and will age extremely well.
Appellation: Sonoma County
Vineyard: 100% Bugay Vineyards fruit
“From the south-facing slope of the Mayacama Mountains”
Varietals: 98% Zinfandel, 2% Petite Sirah
Cases Produced: 110
Technical notes: Alcohol: 15.2
9 months in French Oak Burgundy Barrels, 255 New.