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Moondance Cellars

Moondance Cellars Someone once said, “it’s a marvelous night for a Moondance”… Cellars that is. David Cohen owner/winemaker, commonly known as the “lunar Mooner” combines his love of music, art, and wine in his winemaking, and his trademark label of a dancer. There is a soft spot on his pallet for his acclaimed Pinot Gris, and his popular not-quite meritage, to fire up the barbie with, Bella Lunatage. Oh yeah! He also believes that it takes a lot of beer to make a lot of great wine!

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4901 Blank Road, Sebastopol, CA, US, 95472 Email: info@moondancecellars.com
Phone: 707-823-0880 Web: www.moondancecellars.com
Fax: 707-823-0980
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  Cabernet Sauvignon – 2001 Reserve
Napa Valley Oh, you bet cha… The way a Napa Valley Cabernet should be. It’s bursting with big black cherry. Got some tannins with muscle too Watch out for this big boy. It waking- up swinging !
  Luna Blanco – 2000
Off-dry white Zinfandel? YUP! An awesome refreshing blush, so loaded with strawberry-watermelon, it's like drinking a Jolly Rancher. A serious must for the summer quaffer. Or, try it in the hot tub with ice cubes.
  Merlot – 2000 Reserve
This one is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. It’s big, and bold, and draped in a rich crimson cloak. 100% mmmmerlot. Packed with rich berry flavors flanked by hints of cedar.
  Pinot Gris – 2001
TRIPLE MEDAL WINNER - San Diego Wine Competition. Refreshingly dry with bright green apple aromas, soft melon flavors and a crisp clean finish. The perfect antidote to Chardonnazation!
  Pinot Noir – 2001
GOLD MEDAL WINNER - Blind Tasters Guild. Pinot Noir lovers rejoice! The ripe fruit flavors and earthy pinot noir nose are what we expect from grapes of the famed Los Carneros Appellation It’s a classic, which never disappoints. Talk about a cherry finish!
  Zinfandel –2001
All of the qualities of Northern Napa Valley fruit. The grapes pair up to create a monster mash of jamminess. Full-bodied and spicy, it’s a bit like a promiscuous young lady. The lasting finish, as in a marathon, keeps dancing.

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