We get a variety of questions related to winemaking and viticulture here at Naggiar. We love to answer any questions we get, but for those times when you’ve been too busy enjoying our wines, the beautiful scenery or one of the great tribute bands to ask, we have an informative and beautifully shot video entitled “Vine to Wine: Winemaking at Naggiar Vineyards” posted on Youtube (and included as a link in this post). “Vine to Wine” shows the journey from the start of harvest, through barreling and bottling- answering such questions as “why do we harvest at night” or “how many grapes do we harvest”. Essentially, it shows the hows and whys of what we do to make a premium wine, a process that can take up to 3 years before our wine is ready to be enjoyed by you and those fortunate friends and family you share it with.
As for the “Three Young Ladies for Sale” in the title, that is a reference to the phenomenal summer special we are having on our 2010 Trois Demoiselles, a white Rhone blend of Rousanne, Marsanne, and Viognier grapes. Trois Demoiselles is a golden-hued, medium bodied wine featuring soft flavors and aromas of pears, melon and honeydew. You can enjoy its smooth, lingering finish either on its own (ideally on a lovely summer’s day on the patio at Naggiar) or with your favorite seafood, chicken or white sauce pasta dishes. The wine is dry but it is part of a sweet deal- wine club members receive 50% off of a case, making the wine $11.50 a bottle instead of $23. Non-wine club members get a 35% discount on a case, bringing the price to $14.95 a bottle from $23.
So take a peek at the beautifully informative “Vine to Wine” video to better appreciate the artistry and hard work that goes into making a bottle of Naggiar wine. Then, make a visit to Naggiar Vineyards and reap the fruits of our labor with a sweet deal on those three young ladies, our tantalizing Trois Demoiselles.