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Redshift, donning a celestial pale-red hue, is a vibrant rosé that gracefully prepares the palate for the opulent red wines in our anthology. Made from a spirited dyad of Grenache and Mourvèdre, this pale salmon-hued rosé is expressive of both its Rhone variety, and alluvial soil, origins. Cara Cara orange, rose petals and a flinty minerality on the nose. Zippy palate of nectarine, baking cherries and mouth-salivating acidity.
Serendipitous intersection of Petit Verdot and Malbec, honoring its dual lineage - grounded in earthiness and a quiet staying power yet accented with a spicy richness and lifted exuberance.
2014 Due West, is a single-vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon hailing from Nuns Canyon - a steep hillside vineyard perched atop Moon Mountain AVA, farmed organically by Phil Coturri.
95 Points, The Tasting Panel
Points Unknown is a brooding and opulent blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre, hailing from the gravelly alluvial soils at the base of Sugarloaf Mountain. This Rhône blend, born on California soil, is aptly named for its hybrid style melding old-world dirt and new-world fruit.
92 Points, Wine Enthusiast
91 Points, Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
92 Points, Catherine Fallis, Master Sommelier
93 Points, The Tasting Panel
Sightline, a unique blend of Chenin Blanc and Verdejo, is named for the wines crisp clarity and the direct line of sight from the vineyard to the snow-capped Sierra Nevadas in the distance. romas of lemon cucumber, mandarin zest and fresh honeysuckle. A vivacious palate of unripe melon, lemon verbena supported by bright acidity and a chalky limestone finish.