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Robert Biale Vineyards Update

 

 

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    Monte Rosso Vineyard Zinfandel Long Live the Legend!

    The 2011 Monte Rosso Vineyard Zinfandel ($52/47) has brought its A-game. The cool and moderate season brought out the brambly, peppery goodness of a classic Monte Rosso: wild blackberry, raspberry compote, pink and black peppercorn, roasted dry chile, clove, dried oak leaves, cured meats, iron filings, and warm stones.

    The Monte Rosso Vineyard sits high on the eastern slopes of the Moon Mountain district of Sonoma. Known for its red volcanic soil, the mountain looks as if someone spilled a large glass of red wine on this hillside. The historic vines were planted in the 1880’s and resemble something out of a Tim Burton movie. Decade in, decade out, nothing comes close to the personality and consistency of Zinfandels from the magnificent Monte Rosso. This is the stuff collector’s look for: wines of pedigree, complexity, longevity… and let’s face it – scarcity. Biale produces only 500 cases per year.

    Please email your orders to Ryan@robertbialevineyards.com soon to ensure an allocation of this historic wine. BCS members with a year or more in the club will not be charged shipping on full case orders (mix and match). Cold Chain is always available at no additional costs, so your wine is safe and will be temperature controlled all the way to you. Will Call orders need to have an approximate pick up date, please.

    Upcoming Event

    FALL WINES PREVIEW & PICK UP DAY

    SEPTEMBER 14

    1:00 – 4:00 PM

    Come taste all the new fall release wines and have the opportunity to be the first to purchase. Meet fellow Biale fans and pick up your October Society box.

    Reservations required. 707 257-7555

    Non-Members: $50

    Members: $25

    Robert Biale Vineyards | 4038 Big Ranch Road | Napa, California | P: 707.257.7555

    Robert Biale Vineyards
    4038 Big Ranch Road
    Napa CA, 94558
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