Seghesio Omaggio Four Generations Sonoma-Napa Counties 2005

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90 points Wine Spectator: Elegant and refined, with complex, understated loamy currant, sage, anise and blueberry, keeping a tight focus and ending with integrated tannins. Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese. Best from 2009 through 2015. 600 cases made. (12/15/08)

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The Highway 12 corridor is home to dozens of world class vineyards and from the best of those come the grapes for our Highway 12 wines. We’re proud to list among our growers the near legendary Serres Ranch. John Serres, owner and patriarch, is one of the few remaining real Sonoma cowboys. John best evaluates his vineyards on horseback where he can be close to the vines and better assess the ... Read more
The Highway 12 corridor is home to dozens of world class vineyards and from the best of those come the grapes for our Highway 12 wines. We’re proud to list among our growers the near legendary Serres Ranch. John Serres, owner and patriarch, is one of the few remaining real Sonoma cowboys. John best evaluates his vineyards on horseback where he can be close to the vines and better assess the health and quality of the grapes. Sangiacomo Family Vineyards, four generations of grape growing since 1927 and one of California’s most prestigious and respected grower families. It’s not by chance that the Sonoma/Carneros region is home to growers of this caliber. With several varieties of Sangiacomo fruit currently aging in our barrel cellar, we look to those future releases with great anticipation. We’re fortunate to also number among our Southern Sonoma growers, Ned Hill and La Prenda Vineyards. Raised in a grape growing family, Ned grew up working in the vineyards and knows first hand the necessary skills and the unique agriculture of our area. Read less

90 points Wine Spectator: Elegant and refined, with complex, understated loamy currant, sage, anise and blueberry, keeping a tight focus and ending with integrated tannins. Cabernet Sauvignon and Sangiovese. Best from 2009 through 2015. 600 cases made. (12/15/08)

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