Nestled in a steep valley in Mendocino County, the McNab ranch serves a living laboratory for biodynamic farming. This is a seriously good wine which has spent 2 years in new French oak. On the nose there are rich black cherry and chocolate aromas leading on to warm and full ripe fruit in the mouth. The result is delicious, complex, opulent and, by the standards of our wine list, fairly expensive; but don't be deterred by the price - this is a clear case of quality versus quantity.
Grape varieties: Merlot/Cabernet Sauvignon/Petite Syrah
BRONZE MEDAL - INTERNATIONAL WINE CHALLENGE
Bottle Closure: Natural Cork