Jackass Hill Muscat of Alexandria 2012



Growing Year Info

This was a fairly mild year, similar to 2007 and 2009. The harvest looked like it was going to be early because of the early heat and bud break, but this ended up being a long, drawn out season with consistent growing temperatures. The wines have good tannins, structure, and a nice acid balance, due to the long growing season.

Tasting Notes

The 2012 Jackass Hill Muscat of Alexandria shows apricot, lavender honey, dried pineapple and aromatic hyacinth, gardenia, honeysuckle. Flavors include sweet essences of golden stone fruit, and honeysuckle.


Bryan Kvamme

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