2012 Sangiovese, Stolpman Vineyard

Copy of 2011 Sangiovese, Stolpman Vineyard
Copy of 2011 Sangiovese, Stolpman Vineyard

2012 Sangiovese, Stolpman Vineyard

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Sangiovese, the life of the party.  This gal commands attention - give it to her!  This vintage is layered with the classic aromas of caramel apple, rose petal, strawberry, brown sugar and sage.  As excited as you may be to have her all to yourself, you will want to share this one, after all, she brings the party!

Blend: 100% Sangiovese, Stolpman Vineyard - Ballard Canyon AVA Santa Ynez Valley

Limit 6 per allocation member until sold out - only 26 cases produced

Turiya Wines 4th Vintage
Harvest Date: October 18th, 2012
100% Stolpman Vineyard, Ballard Canyon AVA

Brix 25.5
14.8% Alc. PH 3.35
7 day cold soak
11 day low temperature fermentation
Soft press, separating free run from pressed
juice.
48 month barrel aging, one time used French Oak barrels.

Unfined, unfiltered.
6 months bottle aging before release.
Hand bottled, hand waxed. 24k gold screen-printed bottles. Signed by the Winemaker.

Recommend opening after 2019

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My first glass of killer wine was a Chianti aka Sangiovese but from Italy’s Chianti region. It is the grape that turned my head and MADE me fall head over heals in love with wine. I am so grateful for that glass.  In 2011 I made my pilgrimage to Tuscany and visited some of the famed Brunello producers. I noted that to create a Brunello, (which is the Sangiovese grape), the wine must be aged for at least two years in barrel and released 50 months after harvest - or at least 5 years from the harvest date! So, you see, I am not the only one who ages wines for a LONG time before releasing! Brunello’s are some of the most beautiful, big, expressive wines in the world and are highly sought after by wine collectors. This is my homage to the grape, and to the tradition of creating a wine in the ‘Brunello’ style.