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In the 1890s Napa Valley, the Roman wine press (featuring a massive wooden lever) was in common use. We used our press for the last time in 1955, but it can still be seen at the winery today.  It is believed to be one of only three left standing in North America.

Roman Press Red Lot 16

$35.00
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    In the 1890s Napa Valley, the Roman wine press (featuring a massive wooden lever) was in common use. We used our press for the last time in 1955, but it can still be seen at the winery today.  It is believed to be one of only three left standing in North America.

    This wine is a blend of Zinfandel 80% and Petite Sirah 20%, hand-harvested and cellared in 10% new and 63% neutral American oak and 27% neutral French oak. 

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  • Roman Press Red Lot 16