Garnacha 2007

2007 Garnacha

Awards, Ratings and Reviews

Excellent, Wine Press Northwest

Winemaker's Tasting Notes

The Garnacha grape while native to Spain had traveled widely before being planted in Southern Oregon’s Umpqua Valley.

In this terroir, subtle perfume, anise, strawberry, raspberry and lavender scents are typical aromas as in this vintage. The supple texture is coupled with deep flavors of crushed purple fruits and naturally balanced acidity.

Unfiltered, this wine will improve for the next 3-5 years.

Pairings include cedar planked salmon with brown sugar and thyme butter.

Technical Notes

Fruit Source: Abacela’s Fault Line Vineyards, Umpqua Valley

Appellation: Umpqua Valley AVA

Harvest Date: 26, 28 September, 6, 14, 20 October 2007

At harvest: Sugar; 24.3° brix, pH; 3.23, TA; 7.10 grams/liter

Cooperage: Neutral

At bottling: Sugar; Nil

Bottling date: 4 December 2008

Cases Production: 166 (750 mL)

Alcohol: 14.4% by volume

Release Date: 22 June 2009

S R P: $22.00 (750 mL)

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