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STONERIVER'S

CHARBONO 2018

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Medium bodied red wine with a deep purple color and aromas of sweet tobacco and black licorice.

WINE

 

VINTAGE: 2018  

APPELLATION: Rogue Valley (AVA), Oregon

AGING: 16 months, new french oak

CHEMISTRY: pH 3.89; TA 6.6 g/lt

ALCOHOL: 13.5%

RESIDUAL SUGARS: 0.7%

GRAPES/HARVEST
VARIETAL: 100% Charbono

CLONE: FPS 01.1

ROOT STOCK: 101-14

CERTIFIED: LIVE Sustainable

HARVESTED: 29 September 2019

HARVEST BRIX: 

BOTTLING
PRODUCTION: 262 Cases

 

BOTTLED: 16 May 2018

 

RELEASED: 23 Feb 2019

TTB LABEL ID: 9/16/2016

UPC: 9/16/2016

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT CHARBONO

 

PRONUNCIATION: 

alba-reen-yo

HISTORY: 

Albariño wine (“alba-reen-yo”) is a delightfully refreshing coastal white that grows on the Iberian Peninsula. It’s loved for its rich stone fruit flavors, a hint of salinity, and zippy acidity.

PRIMARY FLAVORS

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LEMON ZEST

GRAPEFRUIT

HONEYDEW

NECTARINE

SALINE

 

FOOD PAIRING

 

A friend to all things from the sea, Albariño pairs exceptionally well with white fish and meats as well as leafy green herbs. Try it with fish tacos.

Meat Pairing: Lighter meats, fish, and seafood sing with Albariño. Try it with ceviche, seafood risotto, grilled (or fried) fish tacos, oysters, mussels, and clams.

Cheese Pairing: Soft cheeses like burrata, or semi-hard cheeses such as manchego, gouda and salty feta will be killer alongside these fresh and bright wines.

Vegetable Pairing: The grassy notes of Albariño play well with fresh green herbs, like salsa verde. Try Spanish tapas such as grilled padrón (or shishito) peppers, grilled vegetable dishes, caprese, or even caesar salad.