Troon is a special producer in Southern Oregon’s Applegate Valley specialsing in Italian, Rhône varieties, Zinfandel and Malbec. Applegate Valley’s granitic soils and long summer hours of sunshine and heat index make for an ideal climate of the unique and special wines that Troon is producing.
How many wineries in the US are producing Italian varieties? The answer is easy very few when compared with international varieties. Also in the question so few are producing a Montepulciano wine. These wines are expressing an homage to Italy but fundamentally Oregonian.
Troon is working on their LIVE and Salmon Safe certification for implementation of being a biodynamic winery by 2020. Each of these wines has a small percentage of co-fermented Syrah.
Troon Vineyard, Applegate Valley, Kubli Bench Estate Bottled Montepulciano 2016
Scent of red cherry, blackberry, evergreen forest, spice rack and dried rose petals. Characteristic of black cherry, evenness of sweet spice, and dried herbs.
- SRP $25
- 146 cases produced
Troon Vineyard Applegate Valley, Kubli Bench Estate Bottled Sangiovese 2016
Scent of red cherry, currant, flower garden and cedar; palate first of season red cherry, hint of cinnamon, white pepper, Thyme and violets.
- SRP $25
- 194 cases produced
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