The 2017 Cabernet Franc is roughly 35% from the Organically farmed Mojon’s Bench in Alexander Valley and 65% from the Biodynamically farmed Puma Springs in Dry Creek Valley.
Like Hobo, the Camp wines employ native yeasts and malolactic bacterias for the primary and secondary fermentations without the use of commercial fermentation aids or additives. The wines are aged in real oak barrels and/or stainless steel tanks vs. alternatives or flavoring agents. Each lot was fermented with 50% whole clusters.
The final blend was aged in neutral French barrels ranging from 1-5 years old.
Camp Wines were created by the Hobo Wine Co. in 2011 to showcase the quality and value of Sonoma County wine. We work with top growers and vineyard managers in very high quality and responsibly farmed, though lesser known, vineyards throughout Sonoma County to produce deli-cious, approachable, and affordable wines.