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2017 Fracture: Just over half of the property is planted with Syrah. They put their best barrels of Syrah into Fracture and then age in 228L Barriques. The name is a tribute to the high content of limestone in the soil. Limestone causes the vineyard soil to fracture rather than crumble.
2017 Oublie: Made from Grenache, Mouvedre and Syrah; Oublie is one of Booker Vineyards lightest blends. It aims to mimic a Chateaneuf du Pape and pair well with all types of food. The name is a French term for the “forgotten,” in reference to Rhone varietals that are less commonly found in California wines.
2017 My Favorite Neighbor: A barrel sample blended of 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Syrah and 10% Petit Verdot, this wine is deep garnet-purple in color and a little cedary to begin, giving way to fragrant blackcurrants, black cherries and black raspberries with touches of spice cake, Sichuan pepper, violets and hoisin. Full-bodied, densely packed and with velvety tannins, it delivers tons of tightly wound flavors, finishing long.

2017 White: The only white that Booker produces. This Rhone Blend ages on average for 12 months in a concrete tank or new and used French oak barrels. Our goal with this wine each year is to create something that you haven’t tasted from a white before. We want this wine to be different, to surprise you, and if anything… to err on the funky side.
2017 Vertigo: This wine aims to be a traditional Rhone blend. They fermented a portion of this wine whole cluster and use stem inclusion to add a bit to its character in terms of tannin and spice. They named this wine ‘Vertigo’ in jest for one of Booker's steepest hillsides that grows Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre.
2017 Mannequin Chardonnay: A lurid straw gold, the aromatics abound with bright lemon, butterscotch, honeysuckle and jasmine, with hints of Granny Smith apple, fresh butter and lime zest. Rich and layered upon entry, the palate espouses honeydew, yellow peach, vanilla with a lush, weighty viscosity. A vein of acidity is present through the finish with a pleasing close of minerality and lemon pith.
2017 Abstract Red Blend: Aromatics with gravity, the wine pulls you in with notes of blueberry, black fig, strawberry and hints of musk and rhubarb. Bold on the entry, the palate exudes rich notes of dark plum and ripe framboise with a slightly chalky texture. The wine transitions effortlessly to a finish of black cherry, sweet licorice and some quick drying tannins.
2018 8 Years in the Desert Zinfandel Blend: An opaque core with a red amethyst rim, the wine opens with ripe raspberry and blackberry, dark plum preserves and hints of black pepper and clove. An entry of heft, the palate is packed with blueberry and sweet black cherry along with touch of fresh herbs—thyme, savory and tarragon. Long on the finish, the ripe tannins, a dash of ash, and notes of black tea round out the wine.
2018 Unshackled Cabernet Sauvignon: Opens with aromas of plum and blackberry with a hint of olive. Vibrant flavors of black stone fruit and dried herbs with solid tannin structure result in a flavor-forward red wine with balanced acidity.
2016 Machete Petite Sirah: Pure inky garnet in the glass, the aromatics of plum compote, wild blackberries, crushed gravel, peanut brittle and Tahitian vanilla emanate. Massive on the entry, the mid-palate is diverse with flavors of dark plums, black pepper, Amarena cherries, slow-roasted Moroccan lamb and a marbled leather texture. Rich, enveloping and vivacious, the wine finishes with perpetuating energy and length—not to mention the satisfying tannins that rouse a desire for more.
Pacific Rim J Reisling: They pick the grapes relatively early. The Riesling juice is fermented at cold temperatures for 30 days and then aged in stainless steel tanks and fermented with native yeasts. There is no oak and no malolactic on this wine– it’s as pure and unmanipulated as it gets.
2018 Vanderpump Rose Cotes de Provence: Pale rose, peach color. Elegant nose with delicate red currant and hints of pepper as well as sweet citrus. On the palate, it reveals a touch of strawberry, tangerine and peach in a dry, classic style. Perfect with light appetizers, seafood and of course the classic Provence dish, Moules Frites.
2016 Ferrari Carano Pinot Noir: Aromas of ripe cherry, black plum, pomegranate and a touch of warm spice fill the senses, followed by vibrant flavors of complex red fruits, cola, rose petals and warm baking spices. Notes of graham cracker and pie crust round out the soft finish. A velvety texture and bright acidity distinguish this naturally-balanced wine.
2016 Mercer Family Vineyard Red Blend: Aromas of dark, jammy fruit mixed with notes of violet, cigar box and baking spices. On the palate, it delivers flavors of blueberry, chocolate, vanilla and textured tannins that carry a finish showing hints of clove spice.
2015 Sterling Vineyards Merlot: A vivid ruby-red color in the glass with aromas of blackberry fruit, plum and ripe black cherry. The appealing bouquet leads to a mouthcoating, rich palate where additional red and black fruit flavors mingle with notes of graphite and dried spice. The viscous mouthfeel of the wine is plush and the ripe tannins are refined and polished. This is a well-balanced and elegant Merlot.

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Pleasure Is All Wine Team


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