The always-generous folks over at Cleavage Creek Cellars
sent three different bottles of wine for our action, their 2005 Tracy Hills Cabernet Syrah, 2007 tray Hills Merlot-Shiraz, and 2009 Tracy Hills Reserve Chardonay, total retail value $54.00.
- Lot 81 – Cleavage Creek
2008 Tracy Hills Reserve Chardonnay
“Subtle fragrances of white flowers and clover honey fill the nose as casaba melon. coconut, roasted nuts and mandarin oranges delight the palate. Barrel fermented and aged for eight months in new French oak.” Only 225 Cases Made.
2007 Tracy Hills Merlot-Shiraz
“Our 2007 Tracy Hills Merlot Shiraz is a lovely combination, characterized by raspberry and blackberry flavors with shiny garnet hues aged in neutral oak for a velvety long finish. 67% Syrah, 33% Merlot.” Only 230 Cases Made.
2005 Tray Hills Cabernet Syrah
“Our Cabernet-Syrah blend creates an amazing marriage of bold and luscious fruit with subtle notes of dark chocolate, sandalwood and anise. Aged for 22 months in American and French oak barrels, this wine is full bodied and silky with a velvet finish. Enjoy with good friends and hearty fare.” Only 200 Cases Made.
Opening bid is $25.00. Minimum bid increment $5.00.
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February 15, 2010.