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Sean McBride
September 20, 2022 | Letters from Napa Valley | Sean McBride

Harvest Update 2022

Harvest Update

What a whirlwind, crazy summer it has been! Exciting and challenging but full of joy. Tending to grapes is a year-round process, but it all comes to fruition this time of year:  Harvest season is when the whole Napa Valley really comes alive, and like the rest of the valley, the Crosby Roamann family harvest is fully underway.

Mostly cooler temperatures prevailed throughout the early summer, only to become blistering last week, forcing us to bring in as much fruit as possible in a very short period of time. To date, we have harvested all three vineyards of Pinot Noir from Sonoma County, as well as Sauvignon Blanc from our Estate Vineyard in Napa Valley, Chardonnay from Laoise and Maeve Vineyards, as well as Sangiovese and Zinfandel from Dry Creek Valley.

We also took the end of August to bottle two Chardonnay wines with new vintages of Laoise Vineyard Napa Valley and Maeve Vineyard Santa Cruz Mountains (a new release from us, and a vineyard that we are very excited to be working with).

We hope you will appreciate the fruits of our labor, enjoy our handcrafted wines and visit us soon. This month we are featuring the 2019 Old Saint George Pinot Noir Anderson Valley. On the palate the wine is still quite young and chalky, with notes of toasted oak, smoke, and clove, finishing with typical Anderson Valley forest floor flavors -- wet earth, funghi -- and a succinct minerality.

THANK YOU for being a part of the Crosby Roamann life. If you can't connect with us in person, you can find us on Instagram @crosbyroamann


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