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2007 Songbook, Napa Valley, 1.5L in Wood Box

2007 Songbook, Napa Valley, 1.5L in Wood Box
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SKU: 07SGMW

The 2007 Songbook is an aromatic odyssey of rockrose, raspberry, attar and heliotrope that give way to allspice, wet gravels, and hyacinth. Opulence continues in the mouth, with a dense, sculpted palette of huckleberry, dark chocolate, briar, pomegranate dust, and sweet brambly tannin. With the patience of decanting, this seamless offering will continue to produce new layers of decadence.

Wine Specs
Vintage
2007
Varietal
Cabernet Sauvignon
Appellation
Napa Valley
Bottling Date
June 2009
Alcohol %
15.1
Wine Profile
Vineyard Notes
Fruit for the 2007 Songbook was sourced from three of David Abreu’s personal properties located in diverse terroirs in the St. Helena and Howell Mt. regions of the Napa Valley. These properties produce fruit of uncommon character resulting from proprietary clones, extremely low yields and meticulous farming. The result is a winemakers dream.
Production Notes
Grapes were picked in the darkness of the early morning hours and immediately subjected to rigorous selection by our berry-by-berry hand sorting process. The berries were gently delivered to tank by our unique crane system, minimizing disruption of berry integrity. Cold soaks lasted four to seven days and fermentations were managed via a combination of delestage, punchdowns and pumpovers. Extended maceration from three to five weeks fine-tuned our tannin profiles, and allowed us to perfect mouth feel and wine complexity. This wine underwent eighteen months of elevage in 100% new French oak.
Winemaker Notes
The 2007 Songbook is an aromatic odyssey of rockrose, raspberry, attar and heliotrope that give way to allspice, wet gravels, and hyacinth. Opulence continues in the mouth, with a dense, sculpted palette of huckleberry, dark chocolate, briar, pomegranate dust, and sweet brambly tannin. With the patience of decanting, this seamless offering will continue to produce new layers of decadence.