Kimberly Hatcher has worked as a firefighter in San Francisco since 1998. Her flexible schedule allows her to put boots on the ground in all of the vineyards she works with as the canopy develops during the summer months. She then uses all of her vacation time during harvest to make her artisanal wines.  

Kimberly attended the “Russell Bevan School of Winemaking” and has kept her eyes and ears wide open. She has been on a roll as of late! Robert Parker and Jeb Dunnuck have “noticed” her and the press is out! That said, Kimberly’s OWN wines are very small productions, all with high scores… they will sell out fast!

Morgado 2019 “Sugarloaf” Proprietary Red, Napa Valley  
Retail 99.00 – NOW 84.99 (on 12)
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From the rocky exposed face of Sugarloaf Mountain, the 2019 Sugarloaf Mountain Bordeaux blend has an intense purple hue. On the nose you are greeted by cocoa, black stone fruits and a whiff of roses. The wine is full in body with lush and rich black stone fruits dominating the chorus. Mouthwatering acidity carries the density of this wine, which is lush, yet velvety and multi-layered with power and grace energy leading into a long and fragrant finish. While delicious upon release, this wine possesses a mystically restrained core that will reveal itself opulently over decades.

Jeb Dunnuck 97 Points: “The 2019 Red Wine Sugarloaf Mountain Vineyard is cut from the same cloth as the 2018 and has a rich, full-bodied, nicely layered style revealing big, chocolatey fruits as well as notes of scorched earth and graphite.”

Winemaker Notes: “On the palate you will taste blackberry, boysenberry and Santa Rosa plum along with cedar and rich mocha notes. The textures are refined and voluptuous, guiding your tastebuds to a focal point of fruit. This blend is both captivating and bold carrying itself with graceful confidence.“

SADLY ONLY 182 cases were produced.

Also check out Kimberly’s stellar Morgado 2019 Pinot Noir “Rita’s Crown” Santa Rita Hills

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