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Obsidian Ridge Half Mile 2012

Item #: 2064107-1
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Obsidian Ridge Half Mile 2012

Obsidian Ridge Half Mile 2012

Item #: 2064107-1
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Obsidian Ridge Half Mile 2012
Bottle Size: 750ml

Regular price Price: $69.97 / bottle Instant Savings: $12.00 You Pay: $57.97 / bottle

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The 2012 Half Mile is one of the most elegant vintages of Half Mile we've ever crafted. With the ideal vintage conditions of 2012, the Petit Verdot portion of the blend in particular enjoyed extended hang time, taming the usual high acidity. The result is an incredibly full and broad wine. More spice-driven than in previous years, the 2012 Half Mile boast aromatics of cinnamon and nutmeg layered into a frame of dark chocolate and hints of maple syrup. Toasty oak aromas also grace the nose. The wine h its the palate with a rich, soft elegance that is smooth and sweet and suggests dark fruits, particularly juicy ripe plums. The extended finish provides an echo of spice and fresh oak notes. This is an incredibly “complete” wine, without bein g excessive, and we couldn’t be more proud.
Pronounced aromas of brambly fruit, dark hibiscus and violet intermingle with layered flavors of dark ripe fruit, framed by chewy and grainy tannins on a very long finish.History — Searching for prime, undiscovered vineyard land in the late 1990s, the Molnar family found the land that would become Obsidian Ridge Vineyard in the not-yet-formed Red Hills appellation high on the back side of the Mayacamas Range.To Nicholas Molnar, patriarch of the Molnar family, it felt similar to finding Poseidon’s Vineyard in the southernmost section of Carneros nearly 30 years earlier — an area untested but with great potential. Geographically, however, Obsidian Ridge was the exact opposite of Posei don’s Vineyard, whose seaside location is ideal for cool climate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.At 2,640 feet, the site is covered with black, glassy Obsidian rock — surely Cabernet country. So, we planted 105 acres of Bordeaux clones (including a little Rhône-based Syrah) on a piece of land that was formerly an abandoned walnut orchard. As the pictures can attest, there was quite a bit of obsidian rock to pull out. But you can’t beat the views. About the same time, other pioneer grow ers moved in, and now Red Hills Lake County, one of the North Coast’s newest appellations, is establishing itself as a premier Cabernet growing region. We’ve also gotten a bit of press ourselves. Come up and visit us sometime, won’t you ?Estate Cabernet Sauvignon and Petit Verdot, planted at an elevation of 2,640 feet, were selected and picked in two passes. The wine aged for 36 months in tight grained Kadar oak.

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