Scott Harvey Mountain Selection Amador County Barbera 5-Pack

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My friends don't believe me. They think I live alone. When I try to explain to them that I live with my best friend, they look at me like I'm crazy.

That's right. Scott Harvey Amador County Barbera is my best friend and is most certainly real. Each time I uncork a new bottle of it, I rediscover its flavors of fresh, ripe blackberries and raspberries.

I guess to an extent I can understand the disbelief. I've never actually introduced them, but that's just because I want it all to myself. Not because it doesn't exist. Having notes of cola and red licorice in wine may sound unbelievable and may be invisible, but you taste a sip of it and tell me this wine's imaginary.

So while you all go out on the town and hobnob with each other, don't mind me. No, I'm not spending the night alone. I'm spending it with the best friend a guy could ask for: Scott Harvey wine.

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2010 Barbera, Mountain Selection, Amador County 750ml 5-Pack

Produced in the Italian old world, food friendly style. This wine is a delicious balance of earthy and savory aromas with flavors of fresh, ripe blackberries and raspberries. Notes of cola and red licorice flow into a flavorful, lingering finish.

 

Specs

Winery Retail Price: $110.00
Average Shipping:  $25.00
Woot Shipping:  (-$5.00)
Total MSRP:   $130.00

 

  • Blend: 84% Barbera 16% Syrah
  • Alcohol: 14.5%
  • pH: 3.55
  • RS: <.2% Dry
  • Cooperage: 18 months French Oak
  • Release Date: July 2012
  • Cases Produced: 2,365 @ 12/750ml
  • Vintage: 2010
  • Appellation: Amador County

Vineyard/Vintage Notes:  44% Spinetta Vineyard, 24% Manby Vineyard, 16% Vineyard 1869 and 16% Rattlesnake Ridge Syrah. Grown on steep mountainous terrain in the higher elevations of the Shenandoah Valley of Amador County, California. With generally moderate temperatures and adequate precipitation, the grapes are able to thrive during the warm summer months. In addition to the climate and precipitation, Barbera is also adaptable to many soil types, but thrives best in soils usually considered “poor” or in the case of Italy and Amador County, decomposed granite and volcanic soil.

Winery Details

Scott Harvey Wines

Founded:
2004
Owner:
Scott & Jana Harvey
Location:
St. Helena, CA

After decades of creating and crafting premium wines for wineries like Santino and Folie a Deux – and putting Amador County on the map as a world-class appellation – Scott Harvey launched his own winery in 2004. With decades of winemaking experience on two continents, it’s no wonder his wines have become an immediate sensation. It’s an overnight success 35 years in the making. (Oh, and Scott’s not too shabby with a pen, either.)

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