Robert Sinskey Abraxas Vin de Terroir Los Carneros 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Dense and floral aromas of spiced apple, mandarin and lime tempt and tease. A sip unleashes a persistent mouthful of apple, lychee, bright lemon, stone fruit, honeysuckle and jasmine, to name just a few. The wine carries ample texture and body, yet the crisp edge keeps things refreshing and food friendly. Abraxas is delicious now, but has the sort of concentration and structure to warrant a long-term relationship. 33% Pinot Gris, 29% Riesling, 23% Gewurztraminer and 15% Pinot Blanc

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To taste an RSV wine at home or in a restaurant is a good thing; however, to experience a flight of RSV wines, in the place they were made, can be a very enlightening experience. Find out why RSV was named Sunset magazine’s tasting room of the year and the Wine Spectator featured it as a must visit winery in Napa Valley. But don’t take their word for it, come see it yourself. Great wine is abou... Read more
To taste an RSV wine at home or in a restaurant is a good thing; however, to experience a flight of RSV wines, in the place they were made, can be a very enlightening experience. Find out why RSV was named Sunset magazine’s tasting room of the year and the Wine Spectator featured it as a must visit winery in Napa Valley. But don’t take their word for it, come see it yourself. Great wine is about good food and good people. You will find all that and more at RSV. Requests for tours are tentative until confirmed via email or phone. Your mobile phone number is important so we can contact you in the unlikely event that a change is necessary. Read less

Dense and floral aromas of spiced apple, mandarin and lime tempt and tease. A sip unleashes a persistent mouthful of apple, lychee, bright lemon, stone fruit, honeysuckle and jasmine, to name just a few. The wine carries ample texture and body, yet the crisp edge keeps things refreshing and food friendly. Abraxas is delicious now, but has the sort of concentration and structure to warrant a long-term relationship. 33% Pinot Gris, 29% Riesling, 23% Gewurztraminer and 15% Pinot Blanc

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