Nose

Intense perfumes from red fruits to spice.

Palate

The palate shows a lovely balance of ample fullness, durable structure, energy, and finesse. Rather fleshy with a great spine of acidity that shows in the long finish.

Growing Conditions

Perrygulch comes from denser soils and the steeper terrain of the Tanbark Mill Vineyard. An early bud break, one of the longest flowering periods in years, and a long growing season produced a vintage that shines in quality. Spring started fast and an early bloom was met with a dip in temperature, wind and rains, which slowed the development and reduced yields. The result was a small crop of extremely well-concentrated fruit that ripened fully and slowly before an early harvest in August. LMR Corral Club Exclusive. Please login to purchase.

Appearance

The color is deep ruby.

Food Pairing

Oak Grilled Brick Chicken with Smoked Eggplant and Cherry Tomatoes