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Belforte is a true port-style wine made from Petite Syrah grapes grown in Napa Valley. The name Belforte loosely translates to "beautiful fortified wine". During the fermentation process, the wine was fortified with exceptional high proof brandy to halt fermentation and give this flavorful wine a high degree of natural sweetness. The wine was aged in 12 oak barrels for 22 months.
The 2009 Belforte is the perfect wine to enjoy at the end of a meal or when celebrating an evening.
This 2016 Leonardini Estate wine is a quintessential Cabernet Sauvignon. It begins on the nose with rich, dark black fruits, blueberries, blackberry bon bons, cassis, fragrant violets, tobacco leaf, and baking spices. Its balance and mid-palate are most notable, providing long, plush tannins alongside its dense fruit character. On the palate, it delivers baked berry crisp, black and red fruits, toasted walnuts, brioche, pencil shavings, and cedar on the finish. The beautiful underlying tannin structure, complexity, and ample fruit will evolve over time and age gracefully for 15-20 years.
Three generations of the Leonardini Family (Tre Leoni) are responsible for this expertly made proprietary blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah and Zinfandel. Whitehall Lane and the Leonardini’s are known for making elegant, sophisticated Cabernets. Tre Leoni, while a serious blend, is a little fun and distinctly delicious.
The 2018 Las Brisas Vineyard Pinot Noir has aromatic layers of red raspberries, berry compote, wild strawberries, pencil shavings, forrest floor, and a hint cherry lollipop. On the palate, strawberry jam intermingles with baked red plums, red raspberry pie, game meat, and a touch of vanilla toast. All of these elements burst from this wine with a textured, round mouthfeel and long-structured finish.
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