This is a single varietal wine that is part of their wine club offerings. A very cool wine to try to get to understand this grape usually used in blending. Light ruby in color, clear and bright. The nose is different with cranberries, strawberries, nutmeg and slight clove notes. On the palate, there is strong acidity. Tart "red" berries (similar to the nose). Light tannins. This is somewhat like a cross between a rose and a less ripe Grenache, but not quite. It will work better with food. Lighter salads but also duck or roasted chicken would be nice. Drink over the next five to seven years.
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