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Newton Vineyard

Newton Vineyard Situated high on the dramatic slopes of Spring Mountain overlooking the Napa Valley, Newton Vineyard is blessed with a unique diversity of soils, exposures and elevations that create an exceptional winemaking environment. Newton’s mature vineyards are steeply terraced and carefully dispersed among the natural landscape and great care is taken to protect the estate. Along with sustainable farming practices, artisanal winemaking techniques such as natural fermentation enable Newton to transform grapes of uncompromised quality into wines of distinctive character. As a final homage to their purist philosophy, Newton often bottles their wines unfiltered and unfined to further preserve the natural essence of the grape.

Directions
From the Golden Gate Bridge/Highway 101: Travel North on 101 to Novato. Take Hwy 37 exit to Hwy 121 to Napa/Sonoma. Continue on Hwy 121 to Hwy 29. Turn left onto Hwy 29 and follow signs north to St. Helena. Turn left on Madrona Avenue and continue until you arrive at the end of the road. Turn right at the stop sign and follow the signs to Newton Vineyard at the top of the hill. From the Bay Bridge/Highway 80: Travel East on Hwy 80 to Vallejo. Take Hwy 37 (Napa/Columbus Pkwy) exit. Follow signs to Napa and continue on Hwy 37 to Hwy 29. Turn right onto Hwy 29 and continue north through Napa Valley to St. Helena. Turn left on Madrona Avenue and continue until you arrive at the end of the road. Turn right at the stop sign and follow the signs to Newton Vineyard at the top of the hill.


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2555 Madrona Avenue, St. Helena, CA, US, 94574 Email: winery@newtonvineyard.com
Phone: 707-963-9000 Web: www.newtonvineyard.com
Fax: 707-963-5408
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  Claret
The valley floor experienced frost in April and a little rain in May; however, these months were followed by an exceptionally long, even ripening season. Generally, the temperatures were mild during the day and cold at night with the exception of one brief heat spell at the end of September. The long hang time allowed the aromas and tannins to fully ripen and we achieved great balance with the 2002 vintage. 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc
  Epic Merlot
Mostly Merlot with a touch of Cabernet Franc, any occasion becomes Epic with Newton Vineyard Epic Merlot. Cherries and currants, with layers of vanilla bean and wild honey, come through on the palate immediately. The aromas linger forever in the mouth.
  Epic Merlot
The 2001 vintage was characterized by an early spring with premature heat spikes. Temperatures in July normalized; however, the vines still experienced an early bloom. August cooled, ensuring cold nights and aromatic ripening, and small amounts of rain in September created an incentive for additional hang time. The wines are well concentrated with strong fruit, powerful tannins and a well protected acidity.
  Le Puzzle
Largely Cabernet Sauvignon with a small amount of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot, Newton Vineyard Le Puzzle is an elegant, sensual Meritage blend. Filled with scents of black currant, figs, almonds and African violets, the mouth feel is rich, lingering and soft.
  Le Puzzle Cabernet Sauvignon
The 21st century in the Napa Valley began as a virtually perfect growing season with uneventful spring and summer weather patterns. Nighttime temperatures were quite cool and overall, the 2000 vintage ripening season was unhurried and provided fruit with balanced acidity and finesse.
  Merlot Special Cuvée
The 21st century in the Napa Valley began as a virtually perfect growing season with uneventful spring and summer weather patterns. Nighttime temperatures were quite cool and overall, the 2000 vintage ripening season was unhurried and provided fruit with balanced acidity and finesse.
  Pinot Noir Special Cuvée
The 21st century in the Napa Valley began as a virtually perfect growing season with uneventful spring and summer weather patterns. Nighttime temperatures were quite cool and overall, the 2000 vintage ripening season was unhurried and provided fruit with balanced acidity and finesse.
  Red Label Chardonnay
Newton Vineyard Naturally Fermented Chardonnay is a bright, refreshing wine. The nose gives off exotic fruits with hints of citrus. In the mouth, it is crisp and rich through the finish.
  The Puzzle
The 2001 vintage was characterized by an early spring with premature heat spikes. Temperatures in July normalized; however, the vines still experienced an early bloom. August cooled, ensuring cold nights and aromatic ripening, and small amounts of rain in September created an incentive for additional hang time. The wines are well concentrated with strong fruit, powerful tannins and a well protected acidity.
  Unfiltered Cabernet Sauvignon
Largely Cabernet Sauvignon, with a bit of Merlot and Cabernet Franc for added depth of flavor, Newton Vineyard Unfiltered Cabernet Sauvignon is from the best lots on Spring Mountain. The nose exudes black currants, with layers of almond and spices, and the finish is round and long.
  Unfiltered Chardonnay
The 2003 vintage experienced an early bud break in spring; however, temperatures quickly cooled and remained low until late April. The heat turned up in May resulting in rapid growth. Temperatures cooled again during bloom, causing shatter to the vines. August saw a few exceptionally hot days and cold nights (70-75 F difference), and once again, ripening slowed. Harvest was two weeks late due to an early September rain. The mild season and extended hang time enabled us to extract wonderfully soft flavors with great balance.
  Unfiltered Pinot Noir
The 2001 vintage was characterized by an early spring with premature heat spikes. Temperatures in July normalized; however, the vines still experienced an early bloom. August cooled, ensuring cold nights and aromatic ripening, and small amounts of rain in September created an incentive for additional hang time. The wines are well concentrated with strong fruit, powerful tannins and a well protected acidity.
  Unfiltered Viognier
The valley floor experienced frost in April and a little rain in May; however, these months were followed by an exceptionally long, even ripening season. Generally, the temperatures were mild during the day and cold at night with the exception of one brief heat spell at the end of September. The long hang time allowed the aromas and tannins to fully ripen and we achieved great balance with the 2002 vintage.

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