Thomas Coyne Winery Historical Tasting Room

I visited Thomas Coyne Winery this past weekend with my cousin, brother and Julia.  I really love it there.  Bought their Grenache for $18 a bottle.  Not a bad price for such an unbelievable wine!  It was a hard decision.  Most of their reds were really great.   Let me tell you, once you taste the wine, you will stay awhile.  Before you know it, you will be tasting port outside in awe of the unbelievable view!  Thought I would pass along their newsletter.  I hope this inspires you to take a trip out there. 

Thomas Coyne Winery Historical Tasting Room
      Historical Tasting Room
       51 East Vallecitos Rd.
      Livermore, CA, USA 94550
            925.373.6541
Open Saturday and Sundays from Noon to 5PM.
                   &
          Blacksmith Square
25 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore, CA 94550
     http://thomascoynewinery.com
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Please join us for our Summer Open House Aug 21 & 22. We will be open from
noon to 5 p.m. at the historical tasting room at 51 E. Vallecitos Road
Livermore, CA. We plan to release seven exciting new wines and will serve a
selection of fine fruits and cheeses.

10% off of any six bottles of wine and 15% off
of any 12 or more bottles of wine. Except already discounted wine.

Bottle Your Own Vino Tinto Barato
at the Historical Tasting Room 51 E. Vallecitos Rd.
Saturday, August 21, 2010
Bring your own clean bottle: $6.00
Use our bottle(s): $6.50
Limit six bottles per customer.
We have about 50 cases and will sell out!

~New Releases~

2008 Quest, California Red Table Wine – $14.00
The wine is a blend of Grenache, Syrah, Mouvédre and Petite Sirah in a
French Rhone style. This fruity wine was aged for sixteen months in French
and American oak barrels.

2006 Grenache, Lodi – $18.00 Double Gold Medals – El Dorado County Fair,
Gold Medal – Orange County Fair
One of the major grapes grown in the Rhone Valley of Southern France. These
are from a small vineyard in Lodi. The grapes were fermented in small lots
and aged excludively in French Oak barrels for eighteen months. This wine
exhibits berry fruitiness with a hint of oak.

2007 Mourvédre, Contra Costa – $20.00 Silver Medal – El Dorado Fair, Gold
Medal – Orange County Fair, Gold Medal – California State Fair
This varietal, a native of Southern France, has been grown in a vineyard in
Oakley since 1919. The grapes were crushed, fermented in small batches and
blended with a small amount of Petite Sirah and Syrah. for added depth
and flavor, then aged for sixteen months in French and American oak barrels.
The wine was neither fined or filtered.

2009 Pinot Blanc, Livermore Valley, Detjens Farm – $20.00 Gold Medal –
Orange County Fair, Silver Medal – California State Fair, Bronze Medal – El
Dorado County Fair
This Pinot Blanc was grown on the Detjens Farms estate in the Livermore
Valley. The grapes are pressed, the juice settled and then barrel fermented
and aged “surlie” for five months in French Oak barrels. The wine shows
green apple and tropical fruit character with rich and complex oak flavors.

2007 Petit Verdot, Lodi – $18.00 Bronze Medal – El Dorado County Fair
This little-known Bordeaux Varietal is normally reserved for blending to
enhance color and body of the major varietals. The grapes came from a
vineyard near Lodi in Northern California. After crush and fermentation, the
wine was Bordeaux Varietals

2008 Vigne Sauvage, Lodi – $20.00
This wine was discovered on the banks of the Mokelume River near Lodi. This
cultivar was propagated into a small planting of one hundred sixty four
vines. We know not the parents of this Vigne Sauvage™ but they produced a
lovely child. The wine is light and fruity with citrus and pear character.
It was aged in French Oak for ten months. Limit: 2 bottles per customer.

2009 Zinfandel, Lodi – $12.00
This Zinfandel comes from a vineyard planted in the early 1970’s. It
produces a very fruit forward strawberry, raspberry character. The wine was
blended with small amounts of Early Burgundy and Petite Sirah to enhance
the color and was aged in French Oak for ten months.

~Current Releases~

2008 Viognier, California – $18.50
2008 La Petite Quest, California – $12.00
2006 Grenache, Livermore – $18.00
2003 Syrah, Livermore Valley Detjens Farms – $14.00
2006 Chateau Bellevue Syrah Estate Reserve – $28.00
2006 Malbec, Lodi- $18.00
2003 Merlot, El Dorado – $14.00
2006 Merlot, California – $14.00
2006 Merlot, Livermore, Detjen’s Farms – $14.00
2005 Cabernet Sauvignon, Livermore Valley – $20.00
2005 Cabernet Franc, Livermore Valley – $18.00
2007 Graciano, Lodi – $18.00
2005 Petite Sirah, Livermore Valley – $20.00
2005 Petite Sirah, El Dorado – $20.00
2006 Tannat – Lodi – $20.00
2007 Late Harvest Viognier – $18.00
2005 Port, California – $14.00 (375 ml bottles)
2008 Chardonnay Port “Sweet Emilie”, Livermore Valley – $14.00 (375 ml
bottles)

~Winery News~

Live music every Saturday at our second location at Blacksmith Square
25 S. Livermore Ave., Livermore. Loren always has a patio special.

Aug 21 Roger Kardinal 3-6 PM

Aug 28 Chico and the Band 3-6 PM

September 4 Stones Throw 3- 6 PM Labor Day Weekend Tunes

Sept 5 Highway 4 3-6 PM Labor Day Weekend Tunes

Sept 11 Chris LeBel 3-6 PM Afternoon tunes on the Courtyard

Sept 18 Andy Joe Stewart 3-6 PM Afternoon tunes on the Courtyard

Sept 25 Highway 4 3-6 PM Afternoon tunes on the Courtyard

29th Annual Harvest Wine Celebration – Labor Day Weekend (Sunday & Monday)
Sunday, September 5, 2010 – Monday, September 6, 2010
12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Livermore Valley Wine Country
Participating Livermore Valley Wineries , Livermore, CA, 94550
Tickets on Sale July 23
http://www.lvwine.org/event/1214/1283659200_1283745600/29th_Annual_Harvest_W
ine_Celebration_Labor_Day_Weekend_Sunday_Monday.html

DIRECTIONS to our historical tasting room.
51 E. Vallecitos Rd., Livermore
 From East Bay / Contra Costa
Take 580 East to Livermore
Exit Portola Avenue
Right at stop light onto Murrieta Blvd.
Follow into town.
Right onto Holmes Avenue
Continue south on Holmes Avenue
Holmes Avenue becomes East Vallecitos Road
Cross Vineyard Avenue and look for entrance lane
on left just past vineyard.
 From South Bay / Fremont
Take 680 North to Route 84 / Livermore Exit
Route 84 is Vallecitos Road
Proceed East
Fenestra Winery will be on the left.
Look for the entrance lane on right just before the
vineyards.
 From Central Valley / Tracy
Take 580 West.
Exit First Street
Follow First Street into town.
First Street becomes Holmes Avenue and then
Vallecitos Road.
Cross Vineyard Avenue and look for entrance lane
on left just past the vineyard.

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