Daily Wine 6/23/2017

Failla Haynes 12
Expressive fruits with floral and spice notes with elegance.

Daily Wine 6/23/17:

Failla – Haynes Vineyard – Chardonnay – Coombsville – 2012

  • Failla is a winery that makes wines from grapes sourced from throughout the North Coast of California.
  • Led by Ehren Jordan, the operation has been small and family-operated since 1998. Anne-Marie Failla, a co-owner, is where the winery gets its name.
  • Ehren started his career by working for Turley, juggling the two for a while before focusing solely on Failla.
  • Many wines are produced, but the Sonoma Coast wines are at the top of the range.
  • Coombsville is at the southeastern corner of Napa Valley and Haynes Vineyard is a dry-farmed site planted with own-rooted vines. Coombsville is closer to San Pablo Bay, making it a cooler climate.
  • This cooler climate produces Chardonnay with acidity, minerality, and ripeness all in one.
  • Pair this with slow-cooked eggs and trout.
Old, own-rooted vines of Haynes Vineyard.
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Coombsville, Napa Valley, California

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