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Stolpman Vineyards Combe Trousseau

$34.00

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Vintage: 2019
Region: Ballard Canyon, California, United States
Viticulture: Organic
Varieties: 100% Trousseau

Stolpman Vineyards Combe Trousseau is Rajat Parr and Pete Stolpman’s esoteric collaboration focusing on the pale red Trousseau grape.

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Stolpman Vineyards Combe Trousseau

Stolpman Vineyards Combe Trousseau is Rajat Parr and Pete Stolpman’s esoteric collaboration focusing on the pale red Trousseau grape.

About Stolpman Vineyards 

Over 20 years ago, Tom Stolpman discovered what he believes is one of the greatest viticultural sites on earth. The site he found hides in the hills of California’s Central Coast. It is a rare Limestone outcropping and sits unobstructed from the Pacific Ocean wind. This unique land is naturally suited to grow Syrah and Roussanne grapes. The winery strives to preserve this natural environment for the vines. This includes conscious farming, dry farming, & sustainable employment. In the winery, they prefer native fermentation & minimal manipulation. 
 
Dedicated to sensible farming and winemaking, they believe the winery can create vibrant, site-specific wines. Especially with a focus unique to Ballard Canyon AVA, California.

About the Land

Active, youthful 2 million-year-old Limestone provides balancing acidity to all the wines. Likewise, the thin layer of dense clay topsoil above allows the retention of moisture.  Because of this one-two combo, irrigation can be withheld from the roots. This forces them to dig deep into the white rock and absorb all that terroir!

Rain? For better or worse, it seldom rains during the growing season. Combined with our dedication to dry farming – concentrated, undiluted grapes result. Healthy winter rains during dormancy allow the vines to wake up sensing enough moisture to get through the summer. Today, 60% of the vines at Stolpman are own-rooted.