COHO is the aspiration of vintner Gary Lipp to produce flavorful, balanced wines. Grown in select cool-climate vineyards, COHO wines emphasize fruit purity and vitality. Gary has worked for California wineries for almost thirty-five years: involved in all aspects of the craft, acquiring the skills to bottle his passion.
The choice of COHO as the name of the brand might seem curious as it doesn’t invoke images of vineyards or wine, but to us the salmon embodies an innate wisdom so essential to understanding ourselves and our environment. As stewards of the land winemakers must strive to sustain our habitat and the species that share it. And like the salmon we need the steadfast will to keep going no matter how difficult the journey.
Founded in 2002, COHO makes wines that are easy to enjoy, full of flavor and reasonably priced. COHO has garnered recognition from the press, wine trade, and wine lovers for the quality and value of unique and well-priced wines.
COHO 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley
Retail 79.99 – GGWC 74.99
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FMW 96 Points: This might be the best Cabernet Sauvignon COHO has produced yet to date. A blend of 94% Cabernet Sauvignon (Sugarloaf) and 6% Petit Verdot (Chinn Vineyard). On the nose this wine shows its great character immediately. One is greeted by lush black currants and plums, hints of bittersweet chocolate and mocha and a whiff of anise. The palate of this multi-layered wine is amazingly polished and well-balanced. Gobs of black currant and chocolate coat this intense sultry body, leading into a very complex and long fish. This incredible undertaking will turn lots of heads! As always, very limited – ONLY 147 cases were produced!
Also check out:
COHO 2016 Merlot “Michael Black” Coombsville, Napa Valley
COHO 2016 Headwaters Proprietary Red, Napa Valley 93 Points
COHO 2017 Pinot Noir “Stanly Ranch” Carneros Napa Valley
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