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2014 North Coast Charbono
There are only 80 acres of this uncommon varietal planted in California. The grape has origins back to France and perhaps is better known in Argentina as Bonarda. Originally used as a blending grape, there are a few of us that actually produce a true 100% Charbono. Aged in neutral French oak.  The wine is medium bodied, earthy, has a bit of spice and black pepper on the nose and presents hints of cherry, blackberry and blueberry on the finish.

Year: 2014
Release Date: Feb. 2016
Cases Produced: 100
Alcohol: 12%
RS: Dry

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2013 North Coast Charbono
There are only 80 acres of this uncommon varietal planted in California. The grape has origins back to France and perhaps is better known in Argentina as Bonarda. Originally used as a blending grape, there are a few of us that actually produce a true 100% Charbono. Aged in neutral French and Hungarian oak.

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2012 North Coast Charbono
This unfamiliar varietal has origins back to France and perhaps is better known in Argentina as Bonarda. Originally used as a blending grape, there are a few of us that actually produce a true 100% Charbono. There are only about 80 acres planted between Napa and Mendocino Counties. Aged in neutral French and Hungarian oak.

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2012 Charbono
 
 

2011 Charbono
This French red wine varietal has been aged in neutral French and American Oak. The wine is medium bodied, deep in color with a very smooth finish. It presents hints of cherry, blackberry, and blueberry on the nose and finish. This is the perfect wine to go with your favorite lamb, duck, or chicken dish.

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2009 Charbono
This unfamiliar varietal has origins back to France and perhaps is better known in Argentina as Bonarda. Originally used as a blending grape, there are a few of us that actually produce a true 100% Charbono. There are only about 80 acres planted between Napa and Mendocino Counties. The color is deep purple with a mixture of plum and licorice on the nose. Flavors include cherry, blackberry, and blueberry while incorporating smooth tannins. Aged  in neutral French and Hungarian oak.

90 points - Wine & Spirits Magazine

Production – 100 cases
Release Date - April 30, 2011
Alc. – 13.2

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