mica comes from the same vineyards as Buccella and is made with the same meticulous care as the Buccella wines. mica is made from grapes which express more forward fruit, plush tannin and freshness. mica is a wine built for immediate enjoyment and medium-term aging.
It is a generous wine with aromas of black cherry and cassis with an undertone of dark chocolate and caramel. The palate is fresh, lively and bright with lush and smooth tannins with flavors of dark chocolate, fresh tobacco and boysenberry pie.
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Blend: Cabernet Sauvignon 90%, Merlot 7%, Malbec 2.5%, Cabernet Franc 0.5%
Vineyards: St. Helena, Yountville, Coombsville and Carneros
Harvested: October 8-October 31
Bottled: May 30, 2014
Winemaking: Whole berry fermented; aged 18 months in 80% new French oak
Production: 973 cases
Name: The Latin term for “morsel,” not quite the mouthful of our flagship wine, Buccella, but definitely something to taste (pronounced “me-kah”)
Tasting: At the winery in Napa by appointment only, 707/944-1000, firstname.lastname@example.org
History: As new plantings of high quality grapes became available for the Buccella program, we were able to designate some previous Buccella fruit to the mica program, which we debuted with the 2006 vintage.