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Cabernet

2013 cabernet

Ghost Horse Vineyards

The most simplistic in structure of the 4 Ghost Horse wines and a great wine for those who are graduating their palate’s to bigger, more complex reds.

$500 

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Fantome

2013 fantome

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Dark ruby with a hint gorgeous creamy toasty oak.  Fine ripe berry fruit with a medium to full bodied mouth feel, for a Ghost Horse wine.

$1000

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Apparition

2013 Apparition

Ghost Horse Vineyards

I’ve always said this is where we start separating the men from the boys. This is where elegance, grace and style compete with muscle, power and weight. 

$2000

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Spectre

2013 Spectre

Ghost Horse Vineyards

The most seductive wine of the 2012 vintage.  It boasts a huge concentrated ripeness, rich dark current on the nose with a finish that lasts for minutes.  The tannins are gigantic but extremely soft, and necessary to balance out the fruit and oak.  

$3500

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Shadow

2013 Shadow

Ghost Horse Vineyards

A full-bodied cabernet with dark fruit flavors, savory taste, black cherry, black currant and blackberry with a hint of white pepper, tobacco, licorice, vanilla and violets.

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Chardonnay

2015 Chardonnay

Ghost Horse Vineyards

Stylistically, the 2013 Ghost Horse Chardonnay is a very ripe wine exhibiting the characteristics of more tropical fruits like guava, mango and peaches.  For your education, the less ripe style Chardonnays would be more akin to green apple and lemon flavors.

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Zinfandel

2014 Zinfandel

Ghost Horse Vineyards

A FIRST!  Wait, it’s not.  However, it is the first Zinfandel (also known as Primitivo) produced by Todd Anderson since 1982.  DNA analysis has revealed that Zin is genetically equivalent to grape from Croatia and was brought to the U.S in the mid 19th century.

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