Palmina Nebbiolo Santa Ynez Valley Sisquoc Vineyard 2007

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Crimson with ruby edges, leading to berry aromas that mingle with garden notes of rose and warm, stony soil. On the p...

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Thornton, CO (1,500 mi)
USD 45.98
750ml
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The 2005 Nebbiolo, Stolpman Vineyard is a ruby-colored wine with beautiful clarity and brick-red edges. A swirl in a decanter and the glass encoura... Read more

Winemaker Steve Clinton it’s very vocal about his excitement for this Nebbiolo. A blend of 2 vineyards and aged for 2 years in foudre, this wine is... Read more

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Vintage: 2005 10/25/2010

Palmina 2005 Nebbiolo


External Review
Vintage: 2005 09/13/2010

The 2005 Nebbiolo, Stolpman Vineyard is a ruby-colored wine with beautiful clarity and brick-red edges. A swirl in a decanter and the glass encourage this sometimes taciturn wine to unleash those classic aromas of cranberry, red plum and rose petals - and then earthy notes of tar and a hint of smoke. On the palate, Nebbiolo's reputation for that yin-yang of "sweet and savory" is confirmed, with layered bursts of dried black cherry and raspberry mingling with herbs d'provence and earthy, brambly accents of porcini mushroom. The balance of fruit, tannins and acid is there with depth of fruit and texture melding with the elegance and light grip of the tannins, a teasing bite from the acid and a round, lingering finish. The 2005 Nebbiolo is definitely a food wine, and the incredible beauty of the wine can only be appreciated when combined with a meal. A sip of wine, a bite of a nicely-grained cut of meat - sublime! We recommend pairing this wine with braised meats or hearty stews. Known for its ageability, this Nebbiolo will continue to evolve and gain complexity with cellaring.


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Vintage: 2005 07/11/2010

Winemaker Steve Clinton it’s very vocal about his excitement for this Nebbiolo. A blend of 2 vineyards and aged for 2 years in foudre, this wine is riper with aromas of smoke, roses and violets with dark fruits on the palate and a tangy grip on the finish. Drink with food.


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Vintage: 2004 10/16/2008

The 2004 Nebbiolo, Stolpman Vineyard is a ruby-colored wine with beautiful clarity and brick-red edges. A swirl in a decanter and the glass encourage this sometimes taciturn wine to unleash those classic aromas of cranberry, red plum and rose petals - and then earthy notes of tar and a hint of smoke. On the palate, Nebbiolo's reputation for that yin-yang of "sweet and savory" is confirmed, with layered bursts of dried black cherry and raspberry mingling with herbs d'provence and earthy, brambly accents of porcini mushroom. The balance of fruit, tannins and acid is there with depth of fruit and texture melding with the elegance and light grip of the tannins, a teasing bite from the acid and a round, lingering finish. The 2004 Nebbiolo is definitely a food wine, and the incredible beauty of the wine can only be appreciated when combined with a meal. A sip of wine, a bite of a nicely-grained cut of meat - sublime! We recommend pairing the 2004 Nebbiolo with braised meats or hearty stews. Known for its ageability, the 2004 Nebbiolo will continue to evolve and gain complexity with cellaring.


External Review
Vintage: 2004 09/23/2011

"The 2004 Nebbiolo


External Review
Vintage: 2004 09/23/2011

"This is a wine full of intrigue


Winemaker's Notes:

Crimson with ruby edges, leading to berry aromas that mingle with garden notes of rose and warm, stony soil. On the palate, elegant, long, sweet rising tannins deliver texture, beautiful bright acidity and layers of fruit that range from wild raspberry to dark plum. Enhanced by a deep molasses thread, interlaced with cinnamon, allspice and clove.

Crimson with ruby edges, leading to berry aromas that mingle with garden notes of rose and warm, stony soil. On the palate, elegant, long, sweet rising tannins deliver texture, beautiful bright acidity and layers of fruit that range from wild raspberry to dark plum. Enhanced by a deep molasses thread, interlaced with cinnamon, allspice and clove.

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