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Hanna Winery

Hanna Winery Hanna Winery was founded in 1985 by Dr. Elias Hanna, a world renowned cardiac surgeon who lives and practices in San Francisco. Born and raised on a farm in a small village in Syria where his family grew a variety of crops, including grapes and olive trees, He was anxious to find a place in the country to continue the farming heritage of his family. Dr. Hanna’s oldest daughter Christine now runs the day-to-day operations of the winery. “When you grow up around agriculture, you can’t help get connected to the process. It’s a wonderful business; combining farming, winemaking, sales and marketing." Beginning with 12 acres in the Russian River Valley, today Hanna Winery encompasses more than 600 acres of land with approximately 250 acres planted to vines in the Russian River Valley, Alexander Valley and the Mayacamas Mountains. Award winning wines are crafted at the newly remodeled winery in Santa Rosa. In the works is a new 100,000 case production facility at the Alexander Valley location. Along with the flagship Sauvignon Blanc, Hanna also produces a Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Syrah, Reserve Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon. The jewel in the crown is certainly Hanna’s Bismark Ranch vineyard high atop the Mayacamas Mountains. Cabernet, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec, Syrah and Zinfandel are grown on the terraced hillsides.

Directions
(Southbound Highway 101) From Southbound 101, take the Lytton Springs Road Exit and turn left under the freeway. At the dead end, turn right and proceed 1/4 mile. Then turn left on Alexander Valley Road/HWY 128 and follow it approximately 7.5 miles to Hanna Winery. We will be on the left, just past Alexander Valley Vineyards. (Northbound Highway 101) From Northbound 101, take the Lytton Springs Road Exit and turn right at stop sign. At the dead end, turn right and proceed 1/4 mile. Then turn left on Alexander Valley Road/HWY 128 and follow it approximately 7.5 miles to Hanna Winery. We will be on the left, just past Alexander Valley Vineyards on the left. (From the Napa Area) From Napa/ Calistoga, take HWY 29 past Calistoga to HWY 128. There are about 17 miles of beautiful driving and wineries along the way. We will be on the right, just past Fieldstone Winery.


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9280 Highway 128, Healdsburg, CA, US, 95448 Email: info@hannawinery.com
Phone: 707-431-4310 Web: www.hannawinery.com
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Products



  Bismark Ranch Noir
This Bismark Noir exhibits dense color, with aromas of cherries and herbs, and a rich, full bodied, and extracted mouthfeel.
  Bismark Ranch Syrah, Sonoma County
With a gorgeous nose of black cherries, lavender and pepper, this mouth filling Syrah is full of concentrated flavor and substantial tannins.
  Cabernet Franc, Bismark Ranch
Deep dark raspberry and a hint of herbs mark the aroma of this wine. A rich mouthfeel follows, with substantial tannins and a long, vanilla finish.
  Cabernet Sauvignon - Sonoma County
The forward black cherry and plum aromas and flavors typical of the Alexander Valley, are combined with the unique cedar and sage aromas and firm tannins of our Bismark Mountain Vineyard to create this Estate Cabernet.
  Cabernet Sauvignon, Bismark Ranch
The Bismark Ranch Cabernet presents complex aromas of black cherry, tobacco, and sage. A dense and rich mouthfeel follows, with muscular tannins.
  Chardonnay - Russian River Valley
This estate Chardonnay presents tropical pineapple aromas and a hint of toast from aging in French oak barrels. The flavors are full and rich, like crème brulee in a glass.
  Elias Chardonnay - Russian River Valley
This Chardonnay is a tribute to Hanna Winery’s founder, Dr. Elias S. Hanna, and represents the best of the best of our Chardonnay vintage. Gorgeous aromas of green apple, pear and vanilla lead to lush flavors and a long vanilla finish.
  Elias Pinot Noir - Russian River Valley
Aromas of cherry, rose petals and a hint of Burgundian earthiness lead to complex flavors and a long lingering finish.
  Jasmine Cabernet Franc - Sonoma Valley
2002 was a challenging year at Bismark. Because we feel that some varieties from this vintage lack the structure and depth requisite for our elite Bismark label, we have chosen to “declassify” them. This Jasmine Cabernet Franc exhibits supple dark fruit, perfect for every day drinking.
  Jasmine Chardonnay - Russian River Valley
A heady aroma of jasmine and peach mark this inaugural Jasmine Chardonnay. Its bright flavors and crisp acidity make it a lovely match for Asian inspired menus.
  Jasmine Rose - Sonoma County
Jasmine Rose beckons with notes of rose petals and cranberry. Bright and crisp flavors follow, making this the perfect refreshing summer wine, equally at home with seafood or grilled leg of lamb.
  Jasmine Syrah - Sonoma Valley
2002 was a challenging year at Bismark. Because we feel the vintage lacks the depth and ageing ability requisite for our elite Bismark label, we have chosen to “declassify” the vintage. The sweet irony is that this is still among the finest Syrahs produced in California. The 2002 Jasmine Syrah is supple, brimming with chocolate and blueberry fruit and dangerously quaffable.
  Merlot - Alexander Valley
Black cherry and plum aromas and flavors are predominant. A hint of eucalyptus adds complexity, and oak aging results in a rounded finish of spice and vanilla.
  Merlot, Bismark Ranch
Gorgeous black fruit, tobacco and leather aromas swirl out of the glass. A lush and dense mouthfeel follows, with sturdy yet supple tannins. This Merlot is a candidate for serious cellar age, but can also be enjoyed now.
  Nebbiolo, Bismark Ranch
Gorgeous aromas of rose and geranium mark this Nebbiolo. But don’t be misled by the feminine nose. The tannins are very muscular in this wine, and we suggest cellar age for a year or two before you open it. It will be worth the wait.
  Noir, Bismark Ranch
Aromas of cherries and herbs pervade the nose, followed by rich, extracted and full bodied flavors.
  Pinot Noir - Russian River Valley
Our Pinot presents aromas of cranberry, vanilla, quince and a hint of Burgundian earthiness and smoke. With soft, plush flavors, this young wine will continue to mellow and develop as it ages.
  Reserve Zinfandel - Alexander Valley
Our winemaker Jeff Hinchliffe likens this wine to a “cast iron raspberry beret.” For those of us more metaphorically challenged, the wine shows a ruby purple color, with a nose of vanilla and raspberry fruit. It’s intense, yet silky and supple.
  Sangiovese, Bismark Ranch
This lush Sangiovese presents a dark ruby color, black cherry, spice and herbal aromas, with a vanilla finish. The ultimate comfort beverage, it’s warm, ripe, and dense. Salute!
  Sauvignon Blanc - Russian River Valley
Our Russian River bottling emphasizes grapefruit and melon in the aromas and mid palate with a finish broadened by malolactic fermentation. The wine is fresh and grassy with distinctive Sauvignon Blanc character.
  Sonoma County Merlot, Estate Grown
Bright ruby purple in color, rhis Merlot presents cherry and spice aromas, with an ultra soft and polished mouthfeel.
  Syrah, Bismark Ranch
With a gorgous nose of bittersweet chocolate, black cherries and pepper, this mouth filling Syrah is full of concentrated flavor and substantial tannins. Enjoy it with roast meats or hearty stews.
  Two Ranch Red - Sonoma County
This Two Ranch Red blend is loaded with berry and spice aromas. The well integrated flavors are wrapped in a cloak of soft tannins, making this a very drinkable and versatile red blend.
  Zinfandel - Alexander Valley
With brambly raspberry and black cherry aromas, this Zin has deep color, concentrated flavors and a rich, round texture.
  Zinfandel, Bismark Ranch
Not for the faint of heart or palate, this Zinfandel showcases heady aromas of brambly blackberry, otasty oak and spice. Bold, juicy flavors follow. Bismark Zin packs a wallop!

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