Bordering Sonoma Creek, this sustainably farmed vineyard block features gravely volcanic soil, granting concentrated berries and complex character. Deep ruby red in color. Enticing fruit aromas of plum, black cherry, and cassis mix with an herbal potpourri of sage, spicy oak, vanilla, and subtle cedar cigar box. The vivid palette includes bright cherry, sweet berry, and oak flavors wrapped in silky tannin. Pair with blue cheeseburgers, beef stew, pork tenderloin, and garlic chicken wings. Trestle Glen Vineyards is named after the narrow gauge railroad constructed through Sonoma Valley in 1882 that connected the town of Sonoma to Glen Ellen. Remains of the original train trestle that crossed Sonoma Creek can still be found on the vineyard property. This wine captures the rich history of America’s early railroad expansion.
96 points from Anthony Blue, Tasting Panel Magazine