Lanza-Musto Vineyards Harvest Dates

Sauvignon Blanc: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Chardonnay: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Muscat Cannelli: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Merlot:Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Barbera: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Petite Sirah: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Primitivo: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

Malbec: Arriving at Musto Wine Grape around 9/14/17

CABERNET CLONE 169 – WHY IT’S AWESOME!

Check out that Cabernet 169 Cabernet from Lanza-Musto Vineyards! The Cabernet 169 is a French clone that came to the US and was planted by UC Davis in 2003. Since then, it has been gaining popularity in all the major Cabernet growing regions, especially on Mount Veeder. It has good berry size, high vigor, and a well-balanced acid to sugar ratio. The wine can be higher in alcohol depending on the winemaking style. It was created to produce a big and bold Cabernet with intense complexity. The color is a vibrant, deep red. The mouth feel tends to be bold and linger. This grape is definitely for the adventurous winemaker.

For more information please visit Musto Wine Grape Company’s website Juicegrape.com

Ron Lanza will be in CT!!

M&M will be hosting Ron Lanza on our docks this weekend. Stop by to speak to Ron about the Suisun Valley grape harvest and the Lanza Musto Vineyard project. He is looking forward to speaking with you and pouring wines from Suisun Valley. Here is loading a truck with his very own grapes he will be sending to CT.

Lanza Musto Sangiovese Harvest

Brunello is a clone of Sangiovese, which is a red Italian wine produced in the vineyards of the Tuscany wine region. Brunello, holds a special place in the hearts of Italian wine aficionados. The Brunello clone has been considered an elite wine, expensive, and is made by just a handful of boutique producers. Lanza Musto Vineyards is excited to be shipping this special varietal to you. The grapes will be shipping in around 25.6 degrees Brix. We hope to see these wines flourish!  

 

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