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Stone Hill Winery shares the secret to its 'best of' domination
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Stone Hill Winery shares the secret to its 'best of' domination

Shaun Turnbull explains to Cat Neville how different soils lead to different varieties of Nortons at Feast Magazine's Virtual Vine tasting event.

When you taste the Stone Hill Winery 2016 Norton, you are immediately struck by cranberry and sour cherry on the nose mingled with a soft and rich earthiness. Delicate carnations and blueberries are also in the mix, along with warm, toasted sugar. This vintage is a fruit-forward Norton with an old-world aroma and flavor profile. The wet harvest season of 2016 made for a delicate Norton with softer tannins and a perfect tartness best for pairing with hearty January meals.

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Stone Hill Winery, 1110 Stone Hill Highway, Hermann, Missouri, stonehillwinery.com

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