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Beringer Nightingale 2004

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    Tasting Notes This very special late-harvest dessert wine offers a golden hue and features aromas of apricot preserve, crème bruleè and honey. Rich flavors of butterscotch, stone fruit and spice coat the mouth and linger for a long, luxurious finish. Whether paired with a cheese course or rich dessert, Nightingale is a wonderful way to end a meal.– Winemaster, Ed Sbragia
    The Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc grapes for this wine were grown in Beringer’s Bale Lane Vineyard in the northern end of Napa Valley. Bale Lane enjoys the warm, sunny climate that vineyard manager Jim Frisinger believes is ideal for achieving round, full fruit flavors in both of these grape varietals. Vertical trellising systems have been implemented as an additional means of ensuring that the vines receive optimal sun and air exposure.

    Posted by thewinery on December 1st, 2007 at 2:51pm | report comment

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