Quick Sips ~ Vincent Arroyo 2006 “Nameless”

Such a funny ‘name’ for a wine …Nameless… it’s what happens when the winemakers are more excited about the wine, and would much prefer to get the juice in the bottle, then wait around for someone to come up with a clever name."Nameless" Vincent Arroyo

Vincent Arroyo has been making handcrafted wine in Napa Valley since the early 1970’s, selling direct from the winery. Their wine “Nameless” is blend of red wines,  dark red cherry flavors with a hint of licorice. Nice acidity makes this a great wine for homemade pizza! This wine opens up very nicely after being decanted, and wine leftover from the night before is even better!

The winery is currently selling their 2008 vintage at $30. Limited production sometimes finds these wines selling out quickly. If you are lucky, you can sometimes find it offered on Wines Till Sold Out (WTSO) Alcohol 13.9%

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Eileen Gross is the Chief Financial Officer for a financial services and risk management firm in Washington, DC. A 1983 Graduate of Fordham University, she is wine lover, traveler, and collector who shares her wine experiences on her blog “Wine Everyday." She is a contributing writer for 12most.com and is a member of the Society of Wine Educators.
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5 Responses to Quick Sips ~ Vincent Arroyo 2006 “Nameless”

  1. Renee says:

    I visited them on my Napa trip several years ago, terrific winery! Actually I did my first barrel tasting at their winery, and fell in love with the wines. This one sounds fun, and I love a wine that tastes better the second day. Great little post.

  2. Funny…Vincent Arroyo for Petite Sirah was highly recommended to me just last weekend. I’ll have to check them out!

  3. Renee Dobbs - Magnolia Days says:

    I like wines that hold up the next day after being opened. Very seldom do I ever finish a bottle in one night. Interesting, um, “name” on this wine. Very fun and creative.

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