Forlorn Hope's Suisun Valley wines receive high praise from Wine Enthusiast
91 points 2005 Les Deux Matieux
90 points 2005 Gascony Cadets
What has long been "terra incognita" in the wine world -- despite being the second AVA created in the country -- Suisun Valley is boldly emerging into the consciousness of the cognoscenti as a prime viticultural site. In growers such as Roger King, who farms the Petit Verdot that becomes our Gascony Cadets, and Steve and Linda Tenbrink, whose Mr. T's Vineyard produces the Petite Sirah for the Les Deux Matieux, the Suisun Valley has nearly boundless potential. We look forward to continuing to explore the terroir of this unique valley and to producing stellar wines from its fruit for many vintages to come.
Click here to read more about the 2005 Les Deux Matieux,
Or on this link to hear tell of the 2005 Gascony Cadets
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