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2011 Petite Sirah, Livermore Valley
People who like big, red wines love Petite Sirah for its dark fruit flavor and robust tannins. These Petite Sirah grapes came from Livermore Valley, the site of the first bottling of this varietal in 1961. The hot days and cool nights produce an intensely dark grape, bursting with flavor that produces a luscious wine. Barrel aged for 23 months in French and American oak. Unfiltered. $27
2013 Mountain Zin, Santa Cruz Mountains
A blend of 75% Zinfandel, 25% Cabernet Sauvignon. Classic Zinfandel aromas of dark berry, black pepper, cedar, tobacco, with a savory Cabernet finish. The grapes were sourced from our estate vineyard and three others located in the Santa Cruz Mountains appellation. Barrel aged for 2 years and 5 months in French and American oak.
Welcome to Baccarossa!
Baccarossa means red berry in Italian and celebrates our passion for great wine. A family owned and operated winery, we strive to make delicious wine using traditional techniques, minimal additions, and oak barrel aging.
2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendocino County
A full-bodied Cabernet with dark cherry and blackberry notes, and a soft tannin finish. As with the 2013 Caberent, the grapes were sourced from the Ravano vineyard, near Hopland. Barrel aged for 24 months in French and American oak. Unfiltered. $29
2013 Mendocino Gold, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendocino County
We call this Mendocino Gold for its outstanding Cabernet characteristics: full-bodied with blackberry notes, a complex structure, an oak and tannin finish. The vineyard, near Hopland, is at 900 feet altitude, where the contrast of hot sun and crisp nights produces a fruit intensity in the grape and a luscious wine. Barrel aged for 2 years, 5 months in French and American oak. Unfiltered. $34
2013 Mountain Cab, Cabernet Sauvignon,
Santa Cruz Mountains
Our first Cabernet from the Santa Cruz Mountains. This Cabernet is well balanced with aromas of violet and tobacco, flavors of dark plum, black currant and black pepper, with a soft finish. Barrel aged for 2 years and 5 months in French and American oak. Unfiltered. $29
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2014 Mendocino Gold, Cabernet Sauvignon, Mendocino County
The latest release of our popular Mendocino Gold. Similar to its older brother, this full-bodied wine tastes of dark berries, has a complex structure, an oak and tannin finish. The grapes this year were absolutely beautiful, and have produced a top-notch vintage. Barrel aged for 2 and a half years in French and American oak. Unfiltered. $34
2018 Pét Nat, Arroyo Seco AVA Monterey County
A bright and fresh sparkling Chardonnay. Pét Nat, or Pétillant Naturel, means naturally sparkling and is thought to be the ancestral method of making Champagne. Perfect for sipping with a friend. Unfiltered. $29
2018 Chardonnay, Santa Cruz Mountains
Crisp and dry, this Chardonnay has hints of melon and creaminess from the light aging with America oak. Perfect to share. Unfiltered. $22
2018 Mountain Rosé, Santa Cruz Mountains
Made from Zinfandel grapes, this Rosé has an aroma of red fruit, with notes of citrus and spice. Unfiltered. $24
2018 Ruby Red, Port-Style Wine
Santa Cruz Mountains
A full-bodied Port-style wine made from 90% Zinfandel, 7% Cabernet and 3% Petite Verdot. Pair this with dessert or cheese and enjoy the contrast of sweet and savory tastes. Barrel aged for 12 months in Hungarian oak. Unfiltered. $35
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Pét Nat Cocktails.
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Easy to make and fun to share as an aperitif. Click here to see the recipes for a Classic Pét Nat Cocktail and Pét Nat Bellini.