2019 Napa Cabernet Sauvignon
Frozen Grape Must

The Oak Knoll District  of Napa Valley

$180 Per 5 Gallon Pail

Harvested  October 27th, 2019      — Brix: 22-26, pH: 3.70, TA: .7

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The District lies at the southern end of the renowned Napa Valley where the growing season is longer—cooler in summer than the warmer Upper Valley and drier in winter allowing soils to warm earlier in the spring. The marine influence from San Pablo Bay is strong here with foggy mornings and cool summer nights. Summer daytime temperatures can average 10°F cooler than St. Helena. This creates the longest growing season in the valley, providing early bud break and a long, leisurely growing season for optimal, balanced ripeness. The cooler nights and slowly rising daytime temperatures create a naturally long hang time for fruit to achieve bright acidity, great texture, fruit-forward aromas and elegant flavors.” – Oak Knoll District of Napa

Frozen Must and Juice