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2015 Bingham Vineyards Reserve
2015 Bingham Vineyards Reserve

All three blocks that went into the 2015 Bingham blend hung late into the season. It was the first week of October and our field crew worked alongside the Bingham family to night harvest these blocks out in the High Plains.  With a mix of traditional fermentations and extended cryo-macerations, these lots were then barreled and cellared for 15 months. 

It’s not every year that we find ourselves harvesting into October in Texas where hot summers can bring early harvests.  However, 2015 saw a cool August and September and led to Tempranillo harvesting in late September and some blocks hanging all the way into October. The result was improved flavor and aromatics along with a few anxious nights of waiting for the winemaking team. 

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Wine Specs

Wine Specs
Vintage
2015
Appellation
Texas High Plains
Vineyard Designation
Bingham Vineyards
Alcohol %
13.3

Wine Profile

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
This medium body wine showcases aromas of plum, black cherry, chocolate, and roasted hazelnut. On the palate you will find notes of cranberry, boysenberry, and leather. This wine has a long finish with notes of smoke and dark fruit.
Vineyard Notes
It’s not every year that we find ourselves harvesting into October in Texas where hot summers can bring early harvests. However, 2015 saw a cool August and September and led to Tempranillo harvesting in late September and some blocks hanging all the way into October. The result was improved flavor and aromatics along with a few anxious nights of waiting for the winemaking team.
Production Notes
All three blocks that went into the 2015 Bingham blend hung late into the season. It was the first week of October and our field crew worked alongside the Bingham family to night harvest these blocks out in the High Plains. With a mix of traditional fermentations and extended cryo-macerations, these lots were then barreled and cellared for 15 months.
Winemaker Notes
This wine is a blend of 72% Tempranillo, 17% Mourvedre, and 11% Petit Verdot. This wine is rich and ready to drink now or age up to 2022!