New Clairvaux Vineyard is a unique winery destination. With one of the world’s most distinguished winemaking histories, the land now serves as home to Trappist-Cistercian monks. This Roman Catholic order’s rich viticultural history dates back nearly a thousand years. Together in partnership with fifth-generation California winemaker Aimée Sunseri and her family, they strive to revitalize this remarkable place.
- 1 bottle - Petite Sirah, 2014
- This wine comes from our rocky Poor Souls block in Vina. It has a brilliant deep red color with a smoky vanilla aromas, classic of new American Oak. Its flavors are of tart cherry, red current and blackberry with a good balance of oak on the finish. The tannins are surprisingly very smooth and result in a velvety finish.
- 1 bottle - Barbera, 2015
- This Italian grape is famous in the Piedmont region and is the 3rd most planted red grape in all of Italy. Ours has a ruby red color with vanilla American oak with candied cherry aromas. It has ripe cherry, raspberry and even a little blueberry flavor with a smooth and almost sweet lingering finish. Very little tannins.
- 1 bottle - Tempranillo, 2015
- A Spanish variety that was introduced to California by one of Stanford's vineyard workers, Frederic Bioletti. He later because a famous Viticulture professor at UC Davis. Our Tempranillo has an dark ruby red color with aromas and flavors of cedar and ripe cherry. It also has soft tannins, is very smooth with a slight crisp finish.
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