Ferrari-Carano Vineyards Fume Blanc 2004

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Vintage Notes The fruit for this wine comes from our vineyards in three distinct growing regions: Dry Creek Valley, ...

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Yummy, fruity, crisp, but still full


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Winemaker's Notes:

Vintage Notes The fruit for this wine comes from our vineyards in three distinct growing regions: Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, and Russian River Valley. A mild late spring and summer ensured a healthy canopy, which provided the perfect combination of sunlight and heat penetrating the grape clusters. These conditions allowed the grapes to reach full maturity in both flavor and structure. Harvest was completed early-October. Winemakers Notes When the Sauvignon Blanc grapes arrived at the winery, each lot is gently crushed, de-stemmed and pressed, and then moved directly to stainless steel tanks or older French oak barrels for fermentation. Individual lots are kept separate; the wines in barrels are sur lie aged and stirred every two weeks for four months, while the wines in stainless steel remain undisturbed. The winemaking team selects from the individual lots to create the final Fume Blanc blend. Appellation: Sonoma County Blend: 100% Sauvignon Blanc Cooperage: 65% Stainless Steel; 35% older French oak

Vintage Notes The fruit for this wine comes from our vineyards in three distinct growing regions: Dry Creek Valley, Alexander Valley, and Russian River Valley. A mild late spring and summer ensured a healthy canopy, which provided the perfect combination of sunlight and heat penetrating the grape clusters. These conditions allowed the grapes to reach full maturity in both flavor and structure. Harvest was completed early-October. Winemakers Notes When the Sauvignon Blanc grapes arrived at the winery, each lot is gently crushed, de-stemmed and pressed, and then moved directly to stainless steel tanks or older French oak barrels for fermentation. Individual lots are kept separate; the wines in barrels are sur lie aged and stirred every two weeks for four months, while the wines in stainless steel remain undisturbed. The winemaking team selects from the individual lots to create the final Fume Blanc blend. Appellation: Sonoma County Blend: 100% Sauvignon Blanc Cooperage: 65% Stainless Steel; 35% older French oak

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