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Trotter 1/16 Winery
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Napa Valley, CA
Trotter 1/16 Winery 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, David Fulton Vineyard, Napa Valley, Ca
For all case (12 bottle) orders, receive a private VIP wine tasting with the Owner/Winemaker, Stephanie Trotter-Zacharia. Your personal guided tasting will take place at a preferred restaurant in Napa Valley where you and your group will receive an exclusive private tasting during your appetizer course. Engage with and ask questions of the individual who judiciously guides your wine from grape to bottle.
Trotter 1/16 Winery 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon
~Tasting notes by Cellar Angels' Chief Operating Angel, Denise Cody
One should not open this bottle without first learning the story behind the name Trotter 1/16 Winery. The unique title refers to Winemaker/Proprietor Stephanie Trotter-Zacharia's family roots. She is one of 16 children and the only one making wine.
Stephanie is drawn to working with small vineyard locations. A single vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon has a unique sense of place; the French romantically refer to it as "terroir". There are distinctions extracted from the David Fulton Vineyard. On the nose aromas of blackberry pie, cassis, dusty earth and hints of dark honey waft from the glass. On the palate, an explosion of flavors including crème de cassis, blueberry, plum, rose petal and dark chocolate. The wine is complex with balanced acidity. The finish is mesmerizing with a long, lingering mouthfeel and balanced tannins.
SPECIAL RELEASE NOTE - This wine is due for release May 11th. All deliveries will ship on that date.
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
Drink now though 2030
David Fulton Vineyard, Napa Valley, CA
Awards & Accolades for the Winery:
The San Francisco International Wine Competition - 2014
The Women’s International Wine Competition - 2014
The Grand Harvest Awards - 2014
The Wine Channel TV Awards presented by Vineyard & Winery Management magazine - 2014
American Fine Wine Competition - 2015
Additional Winemaking Notes:
- 28 months in 100% French oak, second year barrels
- 11 year old vines
- Dry farmed vineyard