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Trombetta Gaps Crown Chardonnay 2014

ID No: 443072
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Trombetta Gaps Crown Chardonnay 2016

   Aromatics of bright tropical fruit, lemon peel and citrus with white floral features. Bright acid, lush fruit and long finish with hints of cream and vanilla.

Review:

There is an intensity of oak that greets the nose of this wine, leading to baked-fruit flavors of apple and pineapple, with and nutmeg offering nuance. Bright, persistent acidity cuts through the rich palate and complements its creaminess. - Wine Enthusiast 91 Points

 Wine Enthusiast: 91
Trombetta Gaps Crown Pinot Noir 2011

100% Pinot Noir
Vineyard: Gap's Crown
Clones: 777, swan, 828
Vineyard age: Planted from 2002 to 2005
Site: Located in the Petaluma Gap region; West facing hillside of Sonoma Mountain; multiple exposures.
Soils: Goulding Cobbley Loam
Yield: 2.3 tons/acre

Hand-harvested grapes 
Fermented with native yeast
Extended period of cold soak and maceration
Hand-punched cap
Native malolactic fermentation in barrels
Aged 9 months in Damy, Francois Freres, Radoux, and Cadus French oak barrels; 50% new.
Unfined and unfiltered.

Blackberry, pomegranate nose with rich earthy notes. White pepper in the front of the nose with hints of cocoa. Entry bright, clean dark fruit, wild berry, acid, complexity and a rounded volume that leaves a lingering sensation of vanilla and fruit. 
Alcohol 14.2%.

 

 Blackberry, pomegranate nose with rich
earthy notes. White pepper with hints of cocoa; bright, clean dark fruit, wild berry,
acid & complexity. Rounded volume that leaves a lingering sensation of vanilla and
fruit. "soft, sultry deep:
 Best Of Sonoma County 98 Points 
Press Democrat  North Coast Wine Competition
 98 Points
Trombetta Gaps Crown Pinot Noir 2012

Rich garnet color. Aromas of vanilla, clove and cooking spices with hints of ripe berry, pomegranate and toast. Soft entry, balanced tannin and berry fruit mingled with pleasant acidity and lingering finish.


Review:

Dark, concentrated and grippy, this is a sizable Pinot from a cool, coveted vineyard. Juicy blue and blackberry fruit dominate on the nose and palate, surrounded by exotic cedar, clove, oak and toffee, a swipe of vanilla lurking behind the front flavors. The big tannins will appreciate time in the cellar, through 2022–2024. - Virginie Boone" - Wine Enthusiast (February 1st 2015), 95 pts

 Wine Enthusiast: 95
Product Description

 

Review:

Aromas of tropical fruits, lemon curd, vanilla and floral  honeysuckle. Bright acid with a creamy mid palate and lingering finish of vanilla and lemon. 100% Chardonnay – Hand harvested grapes

- Wine Enthusiast (April 2016) 94 pts + Editor's choice

Winery: Trione

The Trione Winery Estate
For 35 harvests, for 35 Septembers, our family has carefully farmed and managed some of the finest grapes in Sonoma County. With painstaking devotion to the land, three generations – Henry Trione, sons Mark and Vic, and Mark’s daughter Denise – have developed a reputation for producing premium grapes. Our wines are characteristic of the appellations in which they are grown: the cool, slow-ripening flavors of the Russian River Valley and the rich, dark-berry essence of the Alexander Valley.

Over these many harvest seasons, we have owned and managed more than 700 acres of the best grapes and soils in these highly respected Sonoma County appellations. We have learned to balance and blend the gifts of nature with state-of-the-art winemaking. Our grapes have been the foundation of many award-winning wines. Now we bring our grapes to you in wines bottled under our own label, Trione Vineyards & Winery.

We are passionate about family and tradition, especially traditions that include good food and good wine. Our vineyards, our wines – and our winery – have been a labor of love, the culmination of our family’s long tradition of dedication to Sonoma County. Please share a bottle of wine from the Trione Vineyards and Winery with your family and friends, and taste our commitment to excellence. Salute!

 

The Trione Winery Vineyard

River Road Ranch is our jewel in the Russian River Valley Appellation. It is 115 acres total in the rolling hills of the valley at a location where the river makes a westerly turn towards the Pacific Ocean. The soils are alluvial deposits of the Russian River described as sandy clay loam over sandy loam subsoil’s. They are well-drained soils that are perfect for growing world class Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Syrah.

Our Cloverdale Ranch is situated along the western flank of the Mayacamas Mountains that run to the eastern bank of the Russian River. It is located in the upper end of the Alexander Valley Appellation, and is 180 acres in size. Our grapes for Trione Cabernet Sauvignon come from one block planted in 2001 that we call Block 21. It is a single selection of the Bordeaux clone 339. The soils at this site are described as clay loam over sand clay loam subsoil’s, with a high percentage of rounded gravel from alluvial sediments. The combination of soil and exposure are perfect for growing concentrated Cabernet Sauvignon with intense flavor and color.

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