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Lost Arrow Ranch

Owner
Joseph & Dawn Sogge

2521 Omo Ranch Rd.
Somerset, CA 95684
United States

About the vineyard

Organically farmed in the alluvial soils below Mt. Aukum, Lost Arrow Ranch produces fruit with opulent color, compelling tannins, and complex earth and fruit flavors. These characteristics are created by vines grown in the distinct micro-climate of the vineyard's valley floor location. Our Petite Sirah is at the heart of a robust, full-bodied wine, whose luscious and enticing qualities continue to gracefully unfold with time. Anticipate finished wine with an inviting nose of plumb, blackberry, black cherry, and a touch of cedar enhancing a voluptuous body and long finish.

Head-trained and VSP vines are carefully thinned to no more than 2 clusters per cane, with second growth dropped during verasion. Our primary objective is to achieve the highest quality possible, not quantity. We anticipate harvesting our 2 blocks separately, approximately 2 weeks apart - mid to late October.

AVA
Fair Play
Acreage
5.30 acres
Altitude
2110 feet
Home Winemaker Friendly?
Yes
Varietal Tonnage Available Price per Ton Available? Year Planted Clones Rootstock Description
Petite Syrah
10.00
$2100
No
1998
FPS 05 (TBV)
110R
Organically farmed in the alluvial soils below Mt. Aukum, Lost Arrow Ranch produces fruit with opulent color, compelling tannins, and complex flavors - the result of vines grown in the distinct micro-climate of the vineyard's valley floor location. Our Petite Sirah will produce a robust, full-bodied wine, whose luscious and enticing qualities continue to gracefully unfold with time. Anticipate wine with an inviting nose of plumb, blackberry, black cherry, and a touch of cedar enhancing a voluptuous body and long finish. Head-trained and VSP vines are carefully thinned to no more than 2 clusters per cane, with second growth dropped during verasion. Our objective is to achieve the highest quality possible, not quantity. We anticipate harvesting our 2 blocks separately, approximately 2 weeks apart - mid to late October.