Harbison Estate Wines
The Harbison Estate vineyard was developed in 2005 and planned in small blocks to facilitate micro-framing and enable its wines to express the Estate's varying soil types and selection of Cabernet Sauvignon clones. Rootstock 101-14 was chosen for its superiority in red, volcanic soils and soon after, a special team hand-grafted 4900 plants that make up the vineyard.
The vineyard blocks include The Trail, located along the Silverado Trail near the front of the property and planted to clone 337. Pony Express is the northern-most block and named for the Pony Express stop once on the estate. It is divided between Clone 7 and 337. Horseshoe, the western facing vineyard block and fondly nicknamed for the numerous horseshoes found during development, is planted to clone 7.
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