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The Corral is an old 1920s cattle corral located on the southernmost border of Iron Horse. The grapes for this bottling come from select parts of three different vineyard blocks planted from the Corral down a gradual slope that eventually spills into the riparian corridor at the property line.
This wine exhibits complex aromas, with ripe blueberry and raspberry fruit accentuated by clean clay, red plum and pretty floral aromas. Its fresh acidity brightens the soft tannins, and it finishes silky and smooth.
The Corral Vineyard is located on the southernmost border of the Iron Horse estate. This is our second vintage from this site, replanted in 2012.
The fruit for this bottling was destemmed to bins for fermentation, and we kept clones separate until deciding that the three played well together and blended to create a more compete wine. We were thankful to be able to include every drop of wine in this blend, since only 320 cases were produced. Produced from the Calera, and Pommard 5 clones of Pinot Noir.