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2015 TRUETT-HURST COLBY RED Red Blend

TRUETT-HURST COLBY RED Red Blend 2015

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  • Country
  • Country
  • United States
  • Regulated designation
  • Regulated designation
  • Table wine
  • Region
  • Region
  • California
  • Varietal(s)
  • Varietal(s)
  • Cabernet Sauvignon 54 %
    Petite Sirah 15 %
    Merlot 12 %
    Zinfandel 11 %
    Syrah 8 %
  • Alcohol Level
  • Alcohol Level
  • 13.9%
  • Color
  • Color
  • Red
  • Sugar
  • Sugar
  • Dry
  • Total acidity
  • Total acidity
  • 6.5 g/l
  • PH
  • PH
  • 3.73
  • About this winery

    Truett-Hurst is an innovative portfolio of premium wine brands based in the acclaimed Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County, California. Sustainability is a driving force for Truett-Hurst. The entire portfolio of brands takes an environment first, holistic approach to producing wine. It's all about minimizing the environmental footprint, treating employees, community and neighbors with respect, and being financially viable so the land can remain agricultural and efforts continue to contribute to...

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  • Tasting notes

    The 2015 Colby Red wine, a unique blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Sirah, Merlot, Zinfandel and Syrah, is a deep crimson color. Aromas of ripe red cherries, raspberries and star anise jump from the glass. The wine is generous on the palate with a rich mouthfeel complemented by well-integrated tannins and bold flavors of red berry and hints of clove spice. The finish is smooth with a slight toasty, vanillin character which lingers and is achieved from oak aging. Easy to drink and enjoy, this wine is a crowd pleaser.

  • Viticultural notes

    2015 was another stellar growing year in California. Quality across the board was high. There was a lighter crop compared to last year and it was one of the earliest seasons on record. The fourth year of drought, a mild winter causing early bud break, followed by protracted flowering and unseasonably cool weather in spring, contributed to smaller grape clusters and the variable crop size.