Ray's Station Merlot 2009

Region: USA » California

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Winery: Ray's Station
Color: Red
Varietal: Merlot
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Ray's Station:
In the mid-1800s, much of California was open land roamed by horses, prospectors and cowboys. Amid remote farmlands, adventurer and outdoorsman John G. Ray opened the doors of Ray’s Station. It was a resting point for weary travelers making the mountainous trek to the natural spring geysers of Northern Sonoma County. John was legendary for his warm but “basic, no-frills” brand of hospitality. A... Read more
In the mid-1800s, much of California was open land roamed by horses, prospectors and cowboys. Amid remote farmlands, adventurer and outdoorsman John G. Ray opened the doors of Ray’s Station. It was a resting point for weary travelers making the mountainous trek to the natural spring geysers of Northern Sonoma County. John was legendary for his warm but “basic, no-frills” brand of hospitality. At Ray’s Station, the libations were always strong, the food always filling and the accommodations were never confused with any two-, three- or four-star hotel. Ray’s Station Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are a tribute to John G. Ray and his unique style of rugged hospitality. Read less
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