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Arnot Roberts, California Left Bank 2021, California

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This powerful Bordeaux-blend is aromatic with black fruits, earthiness, and dark chocolate. It’s lovely to drink now or to put into the cellar.

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Arnot Roberts, California Left Bank 2021, California

This powerful Bordeaux-blend is aromatic with black fruits, earthiness, and dark chocolate. It’s lovely to drink now or to put into the cellar.


STATE: California


REGION(S): Carmel Valley; Chalk Hill; Sonoma

VINEYARD(S): Massa Vineyard (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot), Persia Vineyard (Cabernet Franc), Bedrock Vineyard (Cabernet Sauvignon)


GRAPES: 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 20% Cabernet Franc, 20% Merlot.

PRACTICE: Organic; Sustainable

VINIFICATION: Destemmed and fermented using native yeasts. Blended and aged in 50% concrete tank and 50% neutral French oak barrels for 10 months. 

STYLE: Still


BODY: Medium to full


TANNINS: Moderate

PRIMARY AROMAS: Black fruits, mushrooms, coffee, dark chocolate

FLAVOR: Punchy fruit, fresh acidity

FORMAT: 750 ml

ALCOHOL: 12.5%

SERVICE AND FOOD PAIRING SUGGESTION: Serve with roast lamb with garlic and rosemary.


“Arnot-Roberts was founded in Healdsburg in 2001 by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. Beginning with one barrel of wine made in their basement, the winery started small and grew slowly by sourcing grapes from some of the most remarkable vineyards in California. Duncan and Nathan grew up together in the Napa Valley and from an early age were immersed in the rhythm of agrarian life surrounded by the vineyards and winemaking of the early 1980’s. Both of their families, while not directly involved in winemaking, were deeply rooted in the community as chefs, coopers, teachers and attorneys in what, at the time, was a small up and coming wine region. After college, the duo followed their passion into the wine industry with Nathan joining his father as a cooper of oak wine barrels and Duncan pursuing winemaking in several renowned wineries in Napa and Sonoma counties.

“The focus of Arnot-Roberts is to produce distinctive, site-driven wines that highlight the nature of the unique terroirs in which the grapes are grown. The journey to this end has led Duncan and Nathan to seek out vineyards throughout Northern California and now includes incredible sites in Napa Valley, Sonoma Coast, Santa Cruz Mountains, Santa Rita Hills, Clearlake and Sierra Foothills. Single-vineyard wines are the core of the production as well as a few appellation bottlings that clearly speak of their individual upbringings. Some of the vineyards are old and dry-farmed, some are newer plantings but all are farmed and cared for by passionate and conscientious growers, which is paramount to the fundamental goal of Arnot-Roberts: producing the most honest and expressive wines possible.” (arnotroberts.com)


Massa Vineyard: “Planted at 1300’ elevation on gravelly sandy loam.The Durney Vineyard was the first planting in the Carmel Valley AVA in 1969, became certified organic as the Heller Estate in the 1980s, and was purchased by Bill and Laurie Massa in 2018. This block of Cabernet Sauvignon was planted in the 1980s with a Mirasou selection massale, and the Merlot was planted in the mid 1990s.” (arnotroberts.com)

Cabernet Sauvignon - Elevation: 1300’; Clone: Mirasou selection massale Soils: Arroyo Seco series; gravelly sandy loam Farming: Organic Planted: 1980s. Merlot - Elevation: 1300’; Soils: Arroyo Seco series; gravelly sandy loam; Farming: Organic; Planted: 1990.

Persia Vineyard: “Planted with clone 214 in 2015 in the foothills of the Chalk Hill region, this organically farmed vineyard sits at 220’ elevation just 2 miles away from the Russian River. The soils are silty clay loam with volcanic cobble, with chunks of pumice, basalt and obsidian.” (arnotroberts.com)

Cabernet Franc - Elevation: 220’; Clone/Selection: 214; Soils: Zamora silty clay loam; Farming: Organic; Planted: 2015

Bedrock Vineyard: “Founded in 1854, the Bedrock vineyard is an historic California relic, with the oldest plantings dating back to 1888. Purchased in 2005 by Joel Peterson and Morgan Twain-Peterson, the 150 acres are planted to 22 different varieties at 190’ elevation on cobbly red clay loam.” (arnotroberts.com)

Cabernet Sauvignon - Elevation: 190’; Clone/Selection: 337; Soils: Tuscan cobbly clay loam; Vine Density: 10’x4’; Farming: Sustainable; Planted: 2002

Merlot - Elevation: 190’; Clone/Selection: 181; Soils: Huichica Loam; Vine Density: 10’x6’; Farming: Sustainable; Planted: 1998

ABOUT THE LABEL: The label was designed by Margrit Biever Mondavi, Nathan Roberts’ grandmother.

age-worthy / Arnot-Roberts / Bedrock Vineyard / Bordeaux-blend / California / drink now / Massa Vineyard / Persia Vineyard
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