667 Pinot Noir 2010
The 2010 vintage exhibits appealing aromas of red cherry, earth and light vanilla notes. Plush tannins and balanced acidity support core flavors of ripe Bing cherry, bittersweet cocoa powder, and delicate hints of sage. 667 Pinot Noir can be enjoyed on its own or with poached salmon, veal Parmesan, or grilled lamb.
337 is a Cabernet Sauvignon named for the French vine clone, grown in the Clay Station Vineyard in the Lodi foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in California. Clay Station is named for a stagecoach stop that existed in the area during the Gold Rush. Clones are assigned a specific number when the vine mutates with significant changes, distinguishing it from others. The wine is a brand offshoot of Delicato family wines.