2011 “Taken”
Red Wine

The attack is soft and smooth – the 2011 is seamless from start to finish. This supple blend is bursting with black fruit, chocolate, graphite, and savory flavors. The wine is dense with a firm structure that carries into the finish.

Look: Dark garnet red with purple hue.

Nose: Luscious aromas of ripe black fruit, crushed graphite, dried stone fruit, and some earthy notes with hints of vanilla, coconut, and toasty oak.

Varietal: 60% Cabernet, 40% Merlot

Appellation: Napa Valley, CA

Aged in French Oak Barrels

Alcohol: 14.5%

$30 / Bottle

2011 “Complicated”
Red Wine

Instantly appealing on the palate, the 2011 Complicated offers surprising complexity. Finely grained tannins and a mid-palate sweet spot result in a very soft, velvety mouthfeel. Ripe, rich black cherry and well-integrated French oak yield to a seductively long finish.

Look: Color is medium-dark burgundy.

Nose: Aromas of black fruits, smoky game, dusty cocoa powder and espresso are interwoven into layers of aromatics.

Varietal: 50% Syrah, 43% Grenache, 7% Carignane

Appellation: Central Coast, CA

Aged in French Oak Barrels

Alcohol: 14.3%

$20 / Bottle

2012 “Complicated”

Taste: Bright stone fruit flavors showcase a classic Sonoma chardonnay. Fresh, yet balanced acidity supports the luscious mouth feel. Lingering lemon-lime zest, guava and peach notes continue throughout the long finish.

Look: Straw colored with a rich golden hue.

Nose: Aromas of Meyer lemon peel and quince with subtle hints of oak and spice.

Varietal: 100% Chardonnay

Appellation: Sonoma County, CA

Enhanced with French Oak

Alcohol: 13.9%

$18 / Bottle