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Best Mountain District Wines Napa Valley Posted By: Keenan Winery Robert Keenan Winery combines both the art and science of winemaking with a relentless passion for producing fine wines for your enjoyment. From using only the finest grapes to the Portuguese cork in the bottle, the Keenan commitment to quality is consistent. The wine is testament to these efforts. 2013 Chardonnay Spring Mountain District Keenan’s 2013 Chardonnay was hand harvested, de-stemmed, then gently pressed. The juice was fermented and aged in primarily used oak barrels. The wine was left on the lees and the barrels were stirred weekly. No secondary or malolactic fermentation was carried out, leading to the crisp, citrus character of this wine. The wine was bottled after approximately seven months of aging in the cellar. The finished wine shows citrus, ripe pear and green apple in the nose. Hints of lush white peach are noticed as the wine opens up. The sur-lie aging has added richness and complexity, and a touch of toasty oak returns on the finish. Like all of Keenan’s wines, this 2013 Chardonnay wine Napa valley is a food worthy wine whose crisp acidity and medium body will accompany a wide variety of food fare.

wine Napa valley Keenan Vineyards And Winery Napa Valley California Posted By: Keenan Winery February seasonal temperatures in Napa Valley can be remarkably cool and wet, especially in the Spring Mountain District, high above the town of St. Helena. The mountainside vineyard elevations are anywhere from 400 to 2100 feet and rainfall is usually abundant during the winter season, although much of California has experienced drought conditions the past three years. However, the northern part of the state, especially those areas north of the Golden Gate, have received a respectable amount of moisture this winter. Beginning with October of last year and measuring rainfall through February 2015, Keenan Winery has been blessed with approximately thirty inches of the wet stuff. And with the season not quite over, we’re looking forward to a few more inches before the rain is gone for good. General Manager Matt Gardner reports that the moderate rainfall and warm, spring-like weather have encouraged early ‘budbreak’ in a few vineyards at the Keenan Estate, mostly Chardonnay, although there’s some evidence of new buds beginning to appear in the beautiful "Mailbox" Merlot vineyard just below the Keenan Wine Tasting Spot in Napa.

Napa valley winery The Napa Valley Wine Train Introduces A Limited Release Collection Of Wines ­ Napa Quake Wines Posted By: Kim Powers
wine napa valley quake wine train donation Open House – Robert Keenan Winery And Vineyards Posted By: Keenan Winery What a great party! We were happy to see everyone at our annual open house was this year! The day was filled with great food, music, and of course wine! (BTW, if you could not make it this year, we hope you can attend in 2014. This exclusive party is one of Napa’s biggest events of the year and we want everyone to be a part of it. It is as simple as a wine membership.) As a member you will receive our newsletter, recipes, and winemaker notes, plus four bottles of our award-winning Napa Valley Mountain Wines. All conveniently shipped to your home or office twice a year. Not to mention, an annual party! This annual party is truly the highlight of our year. It’s a wonderful opportunity for existing members to bring all their family and friends to enjoy some great company and Napa valley syrah wine. It’s also a time for us to get to know you! Any member of our team is happy to share stories over a glass of your favorite vintage.

Napa Valley vineyards The Best Wine Growing Regions In The World To Visit Posted By: Ryan Fyfe If you love wine then what better way to celebrate your enthusiasm then travelling to one of the world’s most celebrated wine growing regions. Not only will you be able to taste some of the greatest wines in the world, but these vineyards tend to be in areas of stunning beauty. Bordeaux in France is a must visit for wine enthusiasts. This is probably the most celebrated wine region in the world with almost 300,000 acres of vineyard. The vineyards of Saint-Emilion are claimed as the most beautiful and most visitors fall in love with this medieval town. The region also has some delicious fresh food that will make your wine tasting even more enjoyable. Veneto in Italy is the place to go if you like dry wine. As an added bonus this wine region is near to Venice so it can make your perfect out of town excursion when staying in the city of water. The Provolo Winery tends to receive the best reviews by those visiting the area. Tuscany is the most famous wine growing area in Italy and is celebrated around the world for producing some of the finest reds and whites.

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