The state of California is by far the most important producer of wine in the USA. Its grape growers succeed in many differing environments up and down the state from the fog influenced coastal valleys of Sonoma, Napa and Carneros, to the hot irrigated Central Valley and Monterey, Santa Barbera and Edna Valley on the Pacific coast and to Themecula on the Mexican boarder. 770 Miles is the product of expert negociants who have selected, vinified and blended grapes ideally suited to the Californian climate, selected from across the vineyards of California’s Central Valley to create consistent wines in perfect conditions.
Attractive ruby red in coulour with crimson tinges. On the nose, aromas of coffee, blackberries and red berries. Mellow to start with on the palate, with round and delicate tannins. A warm and lingering finish.
Pair with pasta, pizza, grilled chicken or on its own as an aperitif.
The wine is made according to a traditional process that takes into account the grapes' character. This requires excellent quality grapes and the vineyard's total dedication to this process. Following malolactic fermentation, the wines are rapidly clarified and preserved at low temperatures beneather inert gas.