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Canelo Hills Vineyard & Winery

Canelo Hills Vineyard & Winery Canelo Hills Vineyard and Winery is the labor of Tim and Joan Mueller who are fulfilling a life long dream. Our goal is to transform 10 acres of beautiful Sonoita grasslands located in the heart of Arizona wine country into a vineyard and winery. The mission of this family owned enterprise is to create magical wines that reflect the perfect marriage between sun loving grapes and the hot dry days and cool clear nights of the Sonoita appellation.

Directions
* From I-10, take exit 281 (Highway 83) * Head south on Highway 83, towards Sonoita, for 26 miles * At the stop sign at the Crossroads, continue straight (south) on Highway 83 approx. 4.3 miles to Elgin Road * At Elgin Road, turn left (east) and continue 3.3 miles to Canelo Hills Vineyard and Winery, on the left side of road


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Address Web Social
342 Elgin Road, Sonoita, AZ, US, 85637 Email: info@canelohillswinery.com
Phone: 520-455-5499 Web: www.canelohillswinery.com
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Products



  Cabernet Sauvignon
I purchased these California grapes to balance our initial offerings. Bell pepper and toasted fruit on the nose gives way to a nice round taste in the mouth. A "pretty" wine. 125 cases.
  Chardonnay
Not a lick of oak characterizes this honey colored and flavored wine that carries a long, lingering finish with just the right balance of tartness and fruitiness. 31 cases.
  Malvasia
Surprisingly fruity and "sweet" in the nose and mouth but this wine is bone dry and will drink great with spicy food of any type. 22 cases.
  Riesling
This crisp, dry Riesling has great clarity, appearance and taste. Cold weather fruit aromas and tastes are supported by tart acid and a nice lingering finish. 83 cases.
  Sangiovese
Light but brilliant in color with balanced fruit, a slightly oaked nose and a sharply acid brightness in the mouth that is fairly typical of a Chianti. 75 cases.
  Syrah
Compared to the Estate Syrah these two barrels of Syrah from Cochise County have a more fruit forward style with softer tannins and smoky oak. 48 cases.
  Syrah Estate
Made from our own grapes that managed to prevail in spite of the early season damage from deer, this wine is inky black and very concentrated with dark-skinned fruit aromas, spicy black pepper and lots of tannin. 23 cases.

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