Winemaker Randy Dunn:
‘Higher alcohol wines should stop.'
Did you hear the one about what one wine bottle said to the other:
“Boy, it’s sure getting hot in here!”
July 27, 2007
The other day Randy Dunn had just gotten through blending his Howell Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon from the 2004 vintage. It came in at 14.1 percent alcohol. More precisely, make that 14.11. It was the first time in Dunn's 28 years of making wine in the Napa Valley that one of his wines broke the 14-point barrier.