Valley of the Moon Cuvee de la Luna Cuvee de la Luna Valley of the Moon 2004
Cuvée de la Luna is a unique blend of traditional Bordeaux red varietals. The winemaker’s goal is to make this blend the most complex and best tasting red wine possible. Its non-varietal label provides the winemaker the flexibility to assemble the blend each year based on the results of each vintage. Individual barrel lots were chosen from Sonoma County’s premier viticultural areas.
Food Pairings for Valley of the Moon Cuvee de la Luna Cuvee de la Luna Valley of the Moon
The black cherry and cassis aromas are enhanced with chocolate, anise and bay leaf notes. Complex and concentrated fruit flavors are integrated with rich oak and spicy black pepper on the finish. Firm, yet supple tannins and balanced acidity provide excellent structure to this intense and complex blend.
2,419 cases produced.
Notes: French & American oak
|Alcohol: 14.5%||pH: 3.62|
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