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Terlato Family Vineyards has paid tribute to three Bordeaux appellations by launching a trio of new blends of Californian red wine.

Terlato said on Friday (4 May) that the wines, Angels' Peak, Devils' Peak and Cardinals' Peak - which are named after some the Grand Crus of Pomerol, St. Émilion and Margaux - use fruit from the Napa Valley.

The Angels' Peak blend is 60% Merlot, 35% Cabernet Sauvignon and 5% Petit Verdot. Devils' Peak is 59% Cabernet Franc, 31% Merlot and 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and the Cardinals' Peak is 76% Cabernet Sauvignon and 24% Merlot.

Terlato chairman Anthony Terlato said: "No one can replicate the famous Bordeaux regions of France. But since imitation is the highest and most sincere form of flattery, I felt compelled to mirror some of the great French winemaking traditions in California. This is not in any way an effort to challenge them, but a symbol of my great respect and adulation for them."

 'Peak' wines will be retailed at US$50 each.

Terlato also produces a Pinot Grigio and Chardonnay both grown in Russian River Valley and a Syrah from Dry Creek Valley. A Cabernet Sauvignon from Napa's Stags Leap District will be added to the portfolio early next year.

The Terlato Wine Group (TWG) is the parent company of wine operations that specialise in the marketing and production of wines. Owned and operated by the Terlato family, the group's flagship company is Terlato Wines International (TWI) in the US. TWG also holds the family's investments in vineyards, wine production joint ventures and wineries in regions including: Napa Valley; Sonoma County; Santa Barbara County; Victoria, Australia; and the Rhône Valley.


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