Mountain View Lake County Merlot 2009

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Color: Red
Varietal: Merlot
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In 1978, San Francisco entrepreneur Kevin Shannon founded Mountain View as one of California's first negociant wineries. The negociant, a concept first popularized in the Burgundy and Bordeaux regions of France, blends, ages and bottles a unique brand from its own managed and selected outsourced vineyards. From its inception, Mountain View Winery has forged strong relationships with growers in... Read more
In 1978, San Francisco entrepreneur Kevin Shannon founded Mountain View as one of California's first negociant wineries. The negociant, a concept first popularized in the Burgundy and Bordeaux regions of France, blends, ages and bottles a unique brand from its own managed and selected outsourced vineyards. From its inception, Mountain View Winery has forged strong relationships with growers in order to produce reasonably priced wines of superior quality. Our growers are located in regions that offer strong varietal character and exceptional value, including Monterey, Amador, Carneros, Lake County and the Central Coast. Over thirty years later, Mountain View wines continue to offer some of the finest California values on the market. Our premium quality, moderately priced wines are favored by premium wine retailers and, in particular, the hotel and restaurant trade. Mountain View wines have built a reputation as a preferred on-premise California by-the-glass product in many regions of the country. Read less
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