Toast Marriage Equality With Iron Horse’s Limited-Edition 2010 Vintage Rainbow Cuvée

May 9, 2015 6:02 am0 commentsViews: 2
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“Rainbow Cuvée […] holds a special place in our Sparkling line, and in our hearts,” says Iron Horse CEO Joy Sterling, daughter of the winery’s founders, master vintners Audrey and Barry Sterling. “It’s our toast to marriage equality. Stylistically, Rainbow is bright and exciting, dry, surprisingly rich, and made for celebration. It is meant for everyone who believes in love, justice and equality—and nothing says marriage quite like a gorgeous bottle of bubbles.”

This is the second vintage of this special cuvée and like all of Iron Horse’s bubblies, it’s estate-bottled and aged three-plus years. Notably, the first Rainbow Cuvée vintage was served at President Barack Obama’s LGBT reception at the White House last June. The new release is again a classic blend of Pinot Noir-Chardonnay grapes grown exclusively on Iron Horse’s Northern California estate through its “precision winegrowing” method of pruning, irrigation, and vine-by-vine management.

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