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Provided with a wide assortment of microclimates and soil profiles to exploit, California can be a winemaker's dream. We navigated the famed appellations of Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino, and the Sierra foothills to reach our goal of creating a blend that showcases the best of the Golden State. <br><br> <b>Blend</b><br> Petite Sirah, Zinfandel, Syrah, Malbec, Grenache <br><br> <b>Winemaker Notes</b><br> A diverse set of aromas present themselves—blueberry compote, maraschino cherries, brambly raspberry and a touch of licorice and tomato leaf. The palate is silky smooth, almost slippery, with bursting flavors of ripe strawberry, red plum, kirsch and graham cracker. Chalky tannins and a long-structured finish round out the wine. <br><br> <b>Aging</b><br> Barrel aged 10 months in French oak barrels

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We have chosen to showcase the Rhône varieties Texas has been making a name for as of late. Lost Draw Vineyards, located within the Texas High Plains AVA, is a premier site in Texas with red clay and sandy soils, planted to the warm-climate varieties of France and Spain. Texas may be relatively new to America’s longstanding winemaking history, but the quality of farming and fruit from this vineyard promise quality examples of Texas terroir for years to come. <br><br> <b>Blend</b><br> 61% Mourvèdre, 15% Carignan, 15% Cinsault, 9% PS <br><br> <b>Winemaker Notes</b><br> A beautiful dusty plum hue sits in the glass with bursting aromas of black plum and raspberries, floral notes of lilac and rose complemented by hints of cedar, black tea and slate. On the palate, notes of red fruits, cranberries, grapefruit and cherry cola sync with a bright and fresh acidity—a lively finish that lingers. <br><br> <b>Aging</b><br> Maturation Barrel aged in neutral French oak for 10 months prior to release.

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With over 2000 indigenous grape varieties to select and compose a blend, an exhaustive search was undertaken to pay homage to this historic region. Maintaining the integrity of the land was paramount while simultaneously considering the end result of a dynamic and innovative wine. <br><br> <b>Blend</b><br> A blend of Negroamaro and Nero d’Avola from the Southern Region of Puglia combined with Barbera from Piemonte in the North <br><br> <b>Winemaker Notes</b><br> Aromatic notes of black cherry, nutmeg, cinnamon, and cured meat are complemented by sandalwood, vanilla, balsa, and evergreen. Silky smooth entry is met with a textured mid-palate of velvety fig, blueberry jam, and soft oak. The finish has a hint of sea salt and fades out slowly. <br><br> <b>Aging</b><br> Barrel aged 10 months prior to release

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Aromas of gardenias and early harvested stone fruits are met on the crisp palate with notes of honeysuckle mousse with hints of peaches and cantaloupe. The finish is memorable with a sense of dry minerality and a touch of sea spray.

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We have incorporated some of the best regions in France, drawing upon our network of growers from Rhone, Roussillon, and Bordeaux. Our commitment to quality has enabled us to secure fruit from exceptional old vine blocks in revered sub-appellations. <br><br> <b>Blend</b><br> Grenache, Syrah, and assorted Bordeaux varietals <br><br> <b>Winemaker Notes</b><br> A dominant nose of red raspberries and wild strawberries, which leads into notes of cranberry, cherry, and rhubarb compote. The wine is fresh and lively with bright acidity, smooth texture, and chewy tannins. <br><br> <b>Aging</b><br> Barrel aged 10 months prior to release

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Opens with aromatic notes of tobacco, cigar box, and ripe plum, and leads to an opulent palate of dark berries, earth, hints of spice, and sweet tobacco with a lengthy, luscious finish.
Locations New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc 750ML
92
pts

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The base of our blend is comprised of fruit from vineyards in the heart of the Wairau Valley, with its traditional passionfruit and crisp grassy flavors. This component is complemented by the second wave of plantings in the ever expanding Awatere Valley, which is noted for the minerality and elegant characteristics the fruit gains from the region's proximity to the Pacific Ocean. For the balance of this wine, we have sought out fruit from the southern valley of Waihopai, where the gravel soils, and later, cooler ripening climate produce Sauvignon Blanc characteristics that provide the final layer of complexity and brings balance to our inaugural release of NZ. In the glass, a brilliant pale yellow reminiscent of white currants; the wine opens with an intense bouquet of gooseberries, feijoas, and ripe tropical fruits. The bright entry of fresh cut grass and preserved lemon lead to passionfruit pot de creme showcasing a long finish of fresh herbs and clean minerality.
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