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A few older bottles of Frog’s Leap…

A few older bottles of Frog’s Leap…

Wednesday 16th February 2022
by Julian Campbell

The biggest misconception about Frog’s Leap is that they’re often assumed to be a large-scale commercial operation. The truth is this is a family-owned winery producing just 45,000 cases per year across five cuvees. Far from looking to grow relentlessly, they are trimming production while simultaneously increasing their holdings of estate owned vineyards. John was one of the first people in the valley to adopt an organic approach in the vineyards and has been a great advocate for dry farming. And they are also great innovators in the winery. When it comes to thinking up new ways to produce ever more restrained, elegant wines, there no is no slavish devotion to oak barrels here…