About This Wine
Filmmakers and winemakers possess similar talents.
In the case of filmmakers, they must select, edit and piece together separate sections of film in order to form a continuous whole that tells a story. In the case of winemakers, they must select, ferment and blend various “lots” of grapes in order to form a cuvee that is pleasing to the nose and the palate.
In crafting its red blend for the 2015 vintage, Braxton Hall selected a name that’s used by filmmakers to describe their creative process: “Montage.” The wine is a blend of several red varieties that Braxton Hall sources from respected and trusted growers in various parts of California.
The winery does not share the varietal mix, preferring to let the cuvee speak for itself — and it speaks volumes not only for the quality of the fruit, but the talent of the vintner. It’s a delightful “Montage” of aromas and flavors.
About Other Red
- Grape Composition:Assorted Red Varieties
- Grape Source:Select Vineyards in Various California Growing Regions
- Aromas & Flavors:Cedar, Sandalwood, Cigar Box, Spiced Oak, Caramel and Assorted Red Berries
- When to Drink:Now Through 2020
- Food Pairing Suggestionprime rib, or leg of lamb.
15 recipes match for this wine.
Pork Tenderloin With Tart Cherry Port And Caraway Sauce This delicious recipe from Sonoma County's J. Fritz Winery matches beautifully with almost any red wine. It makes 4 to 6 servings. Get The RecipeDown Island Burgers With Mango Mayo And Grilled Onions Each year, Sutter Home Winery conducts a &quot;Build a Better Burger&quot; recipe contest, and this year's winner was Julie DeMatteo, a retired school teacher from Clementon, New Jersey. We tried her recipe with a Rose, and the match was perfect. It also matches well with a wide array of red wines, and makes 4 servings. Get The Recipe
Ratatouille Terrine Here's a recipe for a tasty dish that has a movie named after it this summer. The Chicago Tribune calls it &quot;an upscale version of the French peasant dish,&quot; and we'd suggest serving it with almost any wine - white, red, pinksparkling - as long as the wine is light-bodied. This recipe yields 12 servings. Get The Recipe