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"Based on 12 notes and 11 scores from 10 users on Cellartracker.com as of 01/21/16."
"Purity of varietal expression and start-to-finish balance make this Cabernet Sauvignon an exceptional choice for tonightâs dinner or aging in the cellar. The nose exemplifies vibrant notes of blackberry, black cherry, cedar, and floral black tea. The enjoyable earthiness of the wine is part varietal, part terrior. The style is reminiscent of the finest European Cabernet Sauvignons but the concentrated fruit and full, ripe tannins reflect LMRâs terrior. This wine will complement, without dominating, a full range of dining experiences." Winery Tasting Notes
About Long Meadow Ranch
First settled in the late 1800s and abandoned during Prohibition, Long Meadow Ranch was revitalized in 1989 by proprietors Ted, Laddie and Chris Hall, who set out to produce world-class wine using sustainable, organic farming practices.
Focused on Bordelais-style wines, Long Meadow Ranch Winery continues a proud legacy of crafting elegant, food-friendly wines and handcrafted extra virgin olive oils utilizing âfull-circle farmingâ methods.
At our 650-acre Mayacamas Estate winery and caves, we cultivate 16 acres of mountain vineyards, produce estate grown wine and premium olive oils, raise grass-fed Highland cattle, and tend to -- as well as harvest from -- the oldest olive orchard in the Napa Valley.
Our Rutherford Estate rests on 90 acres of benchland dedicated to organic grape growing, fruit and vegetable production, hand-tended beehives, and our growing flock of egg-laying poultry.
About Winemaker Ashley
Accomplished winemaker, Ashley Heisey, joined the Long Meadow Ranch winemaking team as Associate Winemaker in August 2003 and became our principal Winemaker in time for the 2004 vintage. Ashley followed in the footsteps of our long-standing winemaker, Cathy Corison, in making the distinctive wines from Long Meadow Ranch's organically farmed estate vineyards located high in the Mayacamas Mountains above Rutherford.
Heisey was winemaker for the Napa Valley wineries, Far Niente, and the affiliated Dolce, from 1997 to 2001 and she previously served as enologist from 1993 to 1997 for the same properties. A graduate of University of California at Davis (MS in Enology) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Ashley has enjoyed a wide range of winemaking experiences. She has worked in various capacities at several of Napa Valley's finest wineries, including Opus One, Robert Mondavi Winery, and Schramsberg Vineyards.
We have built an organic, integrated farming system, certified by CCOF, that is centered around wine making, estate-grown olive oils, fruits & vegetable production, hand-tended bee hives and a herd of grass-fed Highland cattle.