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California Wine, Napa Valley
About Francis Ford Coppola Vineyard Wine
In cooking, a great recipe is more than the sum of its parts. Often an ingredient that is used in a small quantity can have a big taste impact. The same is true in winemaking, where the art of blending creates a delicious synergy. Francis Coppola Rosso and Bianco are each an amalgam of four grape varieties, blended for flavor and texture. Just as squirt of lemon can enliven an entire dish, the right combination of grapes can create a symphony of taste.You probably can’t imagine cooking with just one ingredient (even a great steak needs salt, pepper…maybe a little steak sauce.) So it should come as no surprise that great winemakers like to create their own masterful recipes – starting with great ingredients – for Rosso, it’s Zin, for Bianco, it’s Chard. But it’s the pinch of this and the dash of that makes these wines both memorable and a great match with a meal.
Francis Coppola Winery Bianco
Francis Coppola Vineyards Bianco: Crafted from California’s hottest white wine varietals, Bianco captures the finest qualities of each varietal. Bianco is a brilliantly crisp and refreshing wine, exhibiting distinct fruit and spice characteristics. Enjoyable on its own, this wine also pairs exquisitely with a wide variety of foods, ranging from fresh salads, to shellfish, as well as any type of Chinese cuisine.
Francis Ford Coppola Winery Rosso
Niebaum Coppola Rosso: Crafted from California’s hottest red wine varietals, Rosso is blended to capture the finest qualities of each varietal. From ripe berry, currant, and spicy aromas and flavors to dark fruit and mocha layers on the finish this wine is enjoyable on its own or as a perfect accompaniment to hearty pastas or seasonal barbecues.
Francis Coppola Winery Talia Rose
Francis ford Coppola Talia Rose: Named after Francis Coppola's sister Talia Shire, Talia Rose is a light, off-dry and cranberry-colored rosé that pairs well with almost every light dish. This dry and refreshing style of wine is enjoyed by many Europeans during the warm summer months of June, July, and August.