Naughty Racy

Naughty Racy

NV, Reynolds, Napa Valley, USA

This is a very fun, unusual blend of grapes you rarely see together, making for a wine that somehow tastes of Napa, and of nothing you have ever had before. Wines like this are what attracted us to Reynolds Family in the first place, as it's exciting and unusual to see winemakers in Napa taking risks like this!
Vinification: 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Zinfandel, 20% Cabernet Franc, 10% Merlot. Fermented in tank followed by a year in a mix of 90% French Oak and 10% American Oak.
Tasting Notes: Dark ruby robe, with ripe fruit, spice and cedar on the nose. The initial palate is berries that transition into red fruit and pepper with the cedar and a bit of Cab-Franc greenness coming back on the complex finish. Food: Very flexible food wine, red meat would work but so would seared tuna, roast duck, or braised lamb.

This wine comes in cases of 6 bottles.

$62.95 × 6 bottles + $0.20 bottle deposit per bottle

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