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One of the most fascinating aspects of winemaking is the individual expression and characteristics that each appellation imparts on the grapes that are nurtured within. Quite frankly it would be boring if Pinot Noir grown in Carneros tasted the same as that grown in the Russian River Valley. Or what would be so fascinating if the Syrah grown in the Dry Creek Valley expressed itself in the same way as fruit grown in Coombsville?
Fortunately, these differences in soil, moisture, sun exposure, etc. are what we seek to extract and present in our wines. When done correctly they will deliver a true sense of place (i.e. terroir) and allow you to peek into the soul of Mother Earth.
For Mi Sueño’s current portfolio I am blessed with the opportunity to work with fruit from the following regions:
Russian River Valley
El Llano Red Wine