Trione 2012 Alexander Valley Sonoma County Block 21 Cabernet Sauvignon

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91 Points  Wine Enthusiast Magazine 

DOUBLE GOLD - 2017 Jefferson Cup

SILVER - Sunset Wine Competition 

Block Twenty One Cabernet is a selection from the Trione Cloverdale Ranch, located on the western flank of the Mayacamas Mountains, in the northern portion of Alexander Valley. The vines, planted in 2001 with Bordeaux clone #337, grow in clay and sandy loam soils underlain with a high percentage of gravel.  Cabernet Sauvignon grown in this ideal terroir develops deep, concentrated flavors and fine, smooth tannins.


The wine is a classic Bordeaux blend of 85% Cabernet Sauvignon, 9% Merlot and 2% each of Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec.  Growing season 2012 was one of the most perfect in recent memory, promoting slow ripening, full flavor development and complex structure.  We hand-harvested and fermented each variety, then moved the wines to barrel, where they aged six months.  Once we determined our blend, we returned the wine to barrel for an additional twelve months, to 'marry' the varietals.  We used tight-grained French oak barrels (45% new) from coopers Taransaud, Vicard and Bossuet.

Tasting Notes

Complex aromas foretell rich flavors of black currants, allspice and a hint of clove.  Full bodied with velvety texture, smooth tannins and an extensive finish, this Cabernet blend will age in the bottle 10 years.

Alcohol: 14.3 percent by volume

TA:  7.00 g/l

pH: 3.51

Cases produced: 1649 six-packs

Trione Family Vineyards and Winery

Three generations, four decades, five ranches — the Trione family is deeply rooted in the Sonoma County wine industry. Dedicated farmers for forty years, brothers Mark and Vic Trione own and cultivate close to 600 vineyard acres in three prime Sonoma County appellations: Russian River Valley, Alexander Valley and Sonoma Coast.


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