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There are 49 million bubbles in each bottle of our single-vineyard Blanc de Blancs, and we put years of artisan craftsmanship and expertise into every last bead. The resulting wine is the height of sophistication, aged on the lees for 24 months with crisp citrus and biscuit aromas
Don't be fooled into thinking that it’s all about looks by the demure blush of this rosé. Like the perfect slice of salmon sashimi it’s as delicious to the palate as it is easy on the eye. Focused fruit aromas and a crisp finish.
A delicious 100% Merlot from Noble Hill. Nice red fruit and smooth finish. Now drank with still considerable storage potential. This Merlot ripens for 18 months in French oak, giving it a firm red wine with notes of red fruit and plums. Now drink and enjoy with red meat or cheese. Save potentially at least 10 years. A rebel with a cause: you'll see why this Merlot is James Dean as Jim Stark, cavorting with Cabs while other Merlots dabble in “easy-drinking fruitiness.” Black cherry, dark plum, and a full mouth-feel.
Sauvignon Blanc is the oldest planted grape variety at Noble Hill. These 31-year old vines grow at the highest elevation on the estate. Cool maritime air flows constantly, giving this wine aroma of green apple and gooseberry.
This Syrah shows a savoury taste is one of the five basic tastes (together with sweetness, sourness, bitterness, and saltiness in spades: a velvety structure with fine tannins, black pepper, and olive purée.
Buttery and Complex White Wine. Full-bodied fruit and spice with the ability to age. Ranging from bold Australian Chardonnay to aged Vouvray, this style relies on the interplay of oak and fruit, forming a complex, honeyed character.
A Bordeaux Blend, at its most basic, is any combination of those grape varieties typically used to make the red wines of Bordeaux. Red Bordeaux Blends are known for their powerful structure and deep flavors. Dark fruits and berries such as plum and blackcurrant are commonly used to describe the flavors of red Bordeaux, although there is an unlimited range of terms that have been ascribed to them. Tannins tend to be relatively high in these wines, giving them a firm structure. We make wines that are juicy yet structured, elegant, and above all unique to the place they are made. Our estate reserve puts to practice the knowledge, dedication, and intuition of our entire enterprise.
Cabernet Sauvignon is probably the most famous red wine grape variety on Earth. It is rivaled in this regard only by its Bordeaux stablemate Merlot, and its opposite number in Burgundy, Pinot Noir. From its origins in Bordeaux, The Simonsberg appellation has been called Cabernet Country, and with good reason! Cabernet has been grown here for over 300 years and produces classic, elegant examples of the varietal. Notes of cassis, tobacco leaf, and Moroccan mint.