Gamble Family Vineyards

2011 Heritage Sites Napa Valley Red Wine

Red Blend

California: Napa Valley

Offer Expired:May 02, 2015 at 11:59 pm
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Mission Briefing


The Vig

Gamble Family Vineyards has wowed us once again. We fell in love with their Sauvignon Blanc (as did a great many Operatives!), and we are thrilled to bring you today’s 2011 Heritage Sites Napa Valley Red Wine.

Today’s wine was crafted from a single heritage vineyard that lies in the shadow of Mount St. Helena in the northern section of the Napa Valley. Tended by the same family since Prohibition, the vineyard features rows of gnarly, head-trained vines that have been in production for over 50 years. These old vines produce very low yields of incredibly concentrated fruit, which is clearly evident in today’s wine.

We love an elegant Red Blend here at The Wine Spies - especially when it is only $24.99. Be sure to act fast!

Tasting Profile


Deep sanguine hued with bold streaks of purple shining through as well.


Condensed and layered aromas with a dark fruit compote of black cherry, blackberry, and mulberry laid overtop dried blueberry, sandalwood, briar patch, cinnamon, and espresso bean.


The condensed flavors carry through on the palate, creating a savory and very rich flavor profile. The dark berry compote hinted at on the nose is present on the palate, with the additional flavors of dark chocolate, black peppercorn, smoky wood fire, dark roasted coffee bean, and a pleasant undercurrent of dried herbs.


A wonderful blend of complexity and approachability, today’s wine has loads of dark fruit and smoky goodness in one smooth-sipping package. Enjoy!


Grilled skewers of pork tenderloin, pearl onions, red bell pepper, and mushrooms, finished with a teriyaki glaze.

What the Winery Says

Jim Close
Napa Valley
Fruit Variety
46% Zinfandel, 41% Syrah, 9% Charbono, 4% Petite Sirah
19 months in French, American, and Hungarian oak, 33% new

About the Winery

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