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Clos LaChance Santa Cruz Cabernet Franc 1997

Cabernet Franc from Central Coast, California
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    Winemaker Notes

    Every once in awhile we come across a lot of wine that stands apart from the crowd. Our 1997 Cabernet Franc is a perfect example. Originally this lesser-known varietal was made to be blended into our Cabernet Sauvignon, but turned out so successfully, we decided to bottle a small amount on its own. Our 1997 Cabernet Franc offers a generous bouquet of blackberry, strawberry, pepper and tobacco leaf on top of full flavors, lush juicy fruit and soft tannins.

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    Clos LaChance, Central Coast, California
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    Clos LaChance is a small, family-owned winery, located in the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains. We produce limited quantities of hand-made wines from local vineyards and other premium appellations throughout Northern California. The name Clos LaChance is derived from the French word "clos" for the fenced area around a vineyard (in this case the owners' home vineyard), and from co-owner Brenda Murphy's maiden name, LaChance.

    The Clos LaChance trademark - a hummingbird among the grapevines - is the primary feature on our label. The hummingbird was chosen not only for its grace and style, but also for its strength. The hummingbird is a welcome addition into vineyards for its "energetic" efforts in keeping other birds away.

    MCW1049_1997 Item# 17709