This vineyard is named for one Amador's early settlers, Henry Modani, who broke ground and completed his home in 1920. Located on a northern exposure and at a slightly higher elevation, red soils and gentle morning sun create a unique Amador microclimate. This combination leads to a brightness and lively acidity complemented by black cobbler fruits with undertones of raspberry and elegant tannin stucture.
A tasting room favorite! Medium-bodied with a deep rich palate of spice and dark berries with a silky smooth finish.