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  • Anthony Nappa, Tredici (Cab Sauvignon/Merlot)

Anthony Nappa, Tredici (Cab Sauvignon/Merlot)

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67%Merlot, 18% Cabernet Sauvinon, 15% Cabernet Franc. Sustainable, Unfined, Unfiltered; Suitable for Vegans.

Aromas of Bright Red & Black Fruit, Tobacco & Licorice follow to the full bodied palate, w/ warm Spice, Leather & Earth. Long, complex finish.

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67%Merlot, 18% Cabernet Sauvinon, 15% Cabernet Franc. Sustainable, Unfined, Unfiltered; Suitable for Vegans.

HISTORY: Anthony Nappa studied botany at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst and completed a degree in ‘Fruit and Vegetable Agriculture’ from the Stockbridge School of Agriculture. Anthony went to New Zealand to receive his formal training in winemaking from Lincoln University in Christchurch where he received degrees in Viticulture and Oenology. Anthony has extensive experience particularly in cool climate farming and winemaking. He has worked as a winemaker in New Zealand, Southern Italy, California, Massachusetts and New York where he was Head Winemaker for Shinn Estate Vineyards from 2007 to 2011. Anthony is currently the Head Winemaker at Raphael Vineyards.

Anthony joined the winemaking community on the east end of Long Island in 2007, in the same year establishing his own wine brand Anthony Nappa Wines with the production of 200 cases of Long Island Pinot Noir, aptly named Nemesis.

TASTING NOTES: "Concentrated and ripe, yet still muscular and rigid, this Bordeaux-style blend was made to age. On the palate, touches of Earth, Tobacco and Balsamic Vinegar lend a savory tone to lip-smacking Black cherries and Plums. Dense, deep Tannins mark the finish, but should yield and meld with time. Hold till at least 2018. It should continue to reward cellaring for another decade." -Anna Lee C. Iljima, Dec 2015

91 pts, Wine Spectator

FOOD PAIRING: Pair this wine with Beef, Lamb, Game, BBQ

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