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A light, juicy red, with hints of strawberry and earth. Bright acidity and solid tannins.
A blend from three Trousseau vineyards in the North Coast. Luchsinger, Boham and Bartolomei grown on a combination of Vocanic cobble over ancient river stones (Luchsingers) and Goldridge soils.
Native yeasts for both primary and secondary fermentations. All of the lots were fermented using 100% whole cluster.
Aged for 11 months in a combination of neutral French oak barrels, puncheons and foudre.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
|Region:||North Coast, CA|
90 POINTS, VINOUS
The 2018 Trousseau (North Coast) is floral, savory and wonderfully gracious. Dried flowers, mint, sage and dried cherry are all beautifully lifted, with an extra kick of aromatic intensity from the 100% whole clusters. Ethereal, and so expressive, the Trousseau is a gem in this range.
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