2012 Cabernet Sauvignon Beauregard Ranch
Ben Lomond Mountain
October 15th, 2012
100% New American Oak
In the glass: Ripe cherry, lavender, Beauregard Ranch dust On the palate: Black cherry, Mission figs, plum The Finish: Nice complexity, integrated tannins & black pepper
The Beauregard Ranch vineyard site was part of an original 160 acre vineyard and apple orchard planted in the early 1900’s. The vineyard was abandoned during prohibition and then resurrected in 1949 when retired Sherrif’s deputy Amos Beauregard purchased the property. It sits at an elevation of 1700 to 1850 feet on a southwest facing slope. Monterey Bay marine influences combine with sandy loam soil to produce wines with minerality and striking acidity. Plantings: Four acres Pinot Noir, clones: Pommard, 667 & 115. One acre Chardonnay, clone 4. Three acres Zinfandel, clone Primitivo. Four acres Cabernet Sauvignon, Dijon clone.
400 cases produced