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3 Horse Ranch Vineyards

Welcome To 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards

 

Featured Wines

We are understandably proud of our Estate Wines, wines grown and created by 3 Horse Ranch Vineyards here in the Eagle Foothills AVA.  

Finally, a gift for those who are hard to shop for, have everything and been there and done that.  Practically perfect in every way: the red wines from the 2019 vintage in the Eagle Foothills. Each bottle is signed by the vintner, comes in a beautiful wooden presentation box.

 

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$350.00
 
SKU: G6BOX19EF
 

Dense and full of the flavors of roasted coffee, cherry, black currant and plum. Rich and intense, full of tannic heft. 

A Collector’s Cabernet
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$60.00
/ 750ml
SKU: ECSEF1875
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$720.00
/ Case of 12
 
 

The 2020 Vivacious, the blending of Eagle Foothills Viognier and Roussanne  creates a fresh, dry white wine! This wine is a proprietary blend of Viognier and Roussanne, which was matured in steel barrels. Viognier provides its classic stone fruit flavors of apricot and peach, while Roussanne adds notes of honey, melon and mountain herbs to the blend.  The ending result is a white wine that is perfect for cocktails or with a light meal for a crowd.

the first Estate bottling
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$28.00
/ 750ml
SKU: EVIV2075
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$336.00
/ Case of 12
 
 
Kristen Neff
 
April 23, 2022 | Kristen Neff

Roussanne, The unsung hero of the wine world!

Roussanne on its own is known for being a floral wine with notes of apricot and ginger with a minerally finish  Continue »

Kristen Neff
 
April 1, 2022 | Kristen Neff

The Story of Beau Geste

Most of you are familiar with our Bordeaux blend Beau Geste. It has rich, plush, expansive fruit flavors, and a beautiful finish, which is why we all love it. Notes of dark berries (black cherry, currant, and blackberry) blend together with tobacco and vanilla on the finish, making this a truly unforgettable wine. It is easy to see why Beau Geste has become such a fan favorite, but how many of you know the story of Beau Geste?  Continue »