The Zinfandel adds rich and deep aromas and notes of ripe dark fruit, the Syrah offers elements of sweet spice, Petit Sirah brings pretty aromatics and Petit Verdot adds tannins, color and flavor.
The wine’s name was “borrowed” from Eddie Murphy’s movie ”Coming to America” - his character had a band called Sexual Chocolate. The label was featured in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art’s “How Wine Became Modern” exhibit.
|Wine maker notes
|Produced in Santa Barbara, the grapes for Sexual Chocolate are sourced from Napa, Sonoma and Santa Barbara Counties. The wine was aged from 8-12 months in mix of new and neutral American and French oak.
|(50% Syrah, 40% Zinfandel, 8% Petit Sirah, 2% Petit Verdot)