Terlato Vineyards Angels' Peak 2005
Anthony Terlato, a leader in the wine industry for over 50 years, is a particular devotee of red Bordeaux blends and has been enjoying and cellaring those wines since the early 60s. When he began producing his own wines in California, he wanted to pay tribute to some of his favorite Bordeaux wines with a special selection of varietal blends. And thus the “Peak Series” of wines of Napa Valley Bordeaux blends were born to honor some grand crus of Bordeaux. Angels’ Peak is the first blend in the series, following the traditions and methods of the Pomerol region which is known for its fruit forward wines dominated by the Merlot grape. This wine is a rich, lush tribute to Pomerol.
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Made from Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine tastes like it was treated to the most modern winemaking techniques designed for maximum extraction. It's soft and gentle, with jammy, pie-filling flavors of cherries, blackberries, currants and blac... Wine Enthusiast. A Proprietary Blend wine from California in USA. 2005 Terlato Angel's Peak 750ml
A Proprietary Blend wine from California in USA. 2005 Terlato Angel's Peak 375ml
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Like so many wine lovers turned wine makers Anthony Terlato, has been enjoying and cellaring Bordeaux since he began in the early 60s. When he started producing his own wines in California, he wanted to pay tribute to these blends and thus the "Peak Series" of Napa Valley Bordeaux blends were born. Angels' Peak is the first blend in the series, following the traditions and methods of the Pomerol region which is known for its fruit forward wines dominated by the Merlot grape.
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Color: Deep garnet red Aroma: Black fruit, tobacco and mocha Taste: Smooth, rich and full bodied with soft, round flavors, plumy fruit and soft tannins with a lush mouth-feel
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