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2019 Rosé

picked

September 5, 2019

First quarter moon

pressed

September 6, 2019

First quarter moon

racked

February 8, 2020

Waxing gibbous moon

bottled

April 3, 2020

Waxing gibbous moon

We’ve intentionally waited a very long time to release this wine, because it is so special we couldn’t part with it. We call it the "Blanc de Rosé." Waiting for this to be released has felt at times, a bit like waiting on Santa Clause to arrive. The color is intentionally light, an ode to the Provencal style. The incredibly giving and open aromatics remind me of the first day of Spring with wild strawberries, honeysuckle, and orange blossom. Although a very easy drinker, there’s a serious side to this bad girl.

2019 Graciano

picked

September 27, 2019

Waning crescent moon

pressed

October 18, 2019

Waxing crescent moon

racked

February 8, 2020

Waxing gibbous moon

bottled

April 3, 2020

Waxing gibbous moon

Ch CH Ch Ch Ch Ch Ch CHERRY BOMB!!!! What a fun wine to make (and drink)! The aromas and flavors of this wine are like biting into a crunchy berry with bright red fruit, cherry cola, raspberry jam, clove and violets. This feels like a nod to carbonic as opposed to fully carbonic, and it definitely throws a punch. CARBONIC??? I THOUGHT YOU’D NEVER ASK?!?! Carbonic maceration is a style of winemaking where the fermentation starts inside of each and every little berry and is started with enzymes rather than yeast. We put whole clusters into a deep, dark, stainless steel tank with dry ice, close it up and leave it untouched. The result is a lively, slightly spritzy yuminess that is hoping to be invited to the party straight-away.

2017 syrah

picked

September 8, 2017

Waning gibbous moon

pressed

October 5, 2017

Full moon

racked

August 1, 2018

First quarter moon

bottled

May 14, 2019

Waxing gibbous moon

This wine is so gosh darn good. She’s trying to lure me away from Cabernet Franc!!! She knows my loyalty and still she calls for me!!! I’m torn. This is not the meaty, Big Syrah you may know. She is a bit more nuanced, less obvious, but she still wants your full attention. She wants you to see her. She’s elegant A.F. With notes of plum, tart black cherry, nutmeg, violets, fresh pine, and black pepper. She carries an earthy quality, and a lift of orange peel, and cardamom courtesy of its field blend lover, Malvasia Bianca.