* CURRANT * BAY LAUREL * CACAO NIB *
The Rancho Catacula vineyard is located in the Chiles Valley AVA of Napa Valley, directly east of St. Helena. This site was originally part of the 8,500 acre Mexican land grant given to Joseph Ballinger Chiles in 1844, which he proceeded to call Rancho Catacula. The vineyard has a distinctive red soil with green bands of sobrante gravel loam and red metachert schistous bedrock. Planted at 1,800 feet of elevation, this vineyard has a wild energy.
soil type: gravel loam, red metachert schistous bedrock
24 °Bx | pH 3.91 | TA 5.6 g/L | 13.5% alc.
SCRIBE Rancho Catacula Syrah is one of our limited production wines released throughout the year to SVS members. To find out more information about joining the SVS to gain access to these specialty wines and other member benefits, click here or call us at 707.939.1858.