Nervo Station Vineyard, located on a hillside in the western part of Alexander Valley, has two blocks of Zinfandel planted in 1896 and one block planted in 1934. As is typical of older Zinfandel Vineyards, there are numerous other varietals inter-planted in the vineyard including Petite Sirah, Carignane and Mataro among others. Farmed by the Nervo family for three generations, these head pruned vines produce a very limited crop that results in concentrated and complex flavors and aromas of ripe plum, blackberry and cassis, with hints of anise, exotic spices and white pepper.


91 Points 2012 California State Fair Wine Competition


Zinfandel with “old style” inter-planted varietals including Petite Sirah, Carignane and Mataro


Barrel Aged over 18 months - 45% new American barrels, 25% new French barrels 30% select one to three year old American and French barrels


Harvest Date: October 10, 2009

Average Sugar at Harvest: 26.4º brix

PH: 3.65

TA: .57 g/100ml

Alcohol: 15.6%

Production: 430 cases