Tulocay Wines
Napa, California

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Tulocay reds are made to last a long time. Since they're unfined and unfiltered, they frequently throw a sediment in the bottle. Some folks like to decant them before serving them. If decanting is too much trouble, then pouring them through a coffee filter — without the coffee, of course — sometimes works, although it doesn't remove the finest sediment. But many of our diehard fans really like all the sediment to come through in the glass — kind of like preferring crunchy peanut butter over creamy.


n/v Tulocay Syrah Sierra Oaks Vineyard, El Dorado County. A blend of the '03 and '04 vintages. A decade-old wine that's drinking beautifully now. Ever wonder what a properly aged California Syrah tastes like? This is it. $25


Current Releases


2015 Cadman Chardonnay Haynes Vineyard, Coombsville, Napa Valley. Oak-free. Just the fruit, pal, just the fruit. $34
2015 Tulocay Chardonnay Haynes Vineyard, Coombsville, Napa Valley. Lightly oaked. A great food Chardonnay.
$36
2009 Tulocay Syrah Haynes Vineyard, Coombsville, Napa Valley. Pure brawn. Still needs lots of time.
$37
2012 Tulocay Pinot Noir Haynes Vineyard, Coombsville, Napa Valley. The 38th Tulocay Pinot from this outstanding vineyard.
$35
2013 Tulocay Cabernet Sauvignon Coombsville, Napa Valley. Brie Cadman's 2nd Cabernet, the 1st that Tulocay has enough of to release outside the wine club. Yummy (as her father says) to drink now but will age well down the road. A Coombsville Cabernet of incredible balance. Double Gold, Best of Class and 98 points at the 2016 California State Fair.
$60




Tulocay Winery

1426 Coombsville Road • Napa, CA 94558

Phone: (707) 255-4064
Email: bill@tulocay.com or brie@tulocay.com

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Cabernet Sauvignon, Zinfandel, Syrah and Pinot Noir from our Napa Valley winery made the old fashioned way