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A blend of pure Grenache from two vineyards in Northern Santa Barbara County, both of which are influenced by cool, foggy mornings and windy afternoons due to their proximity to the ocean. Martian Vineyard lies on gentle hillsides in Alisos Canyon in Los Alamos, and is biodynamically farmed. Camp 4 is owned and managed by the Chumash Tribe and lies just east of the town of Los Olivos. Both were selected and blended for their pure expression of Central Coast Grenache fruit.
TASTING NOTES: A medium-bodied red with cinnamon, cranberry and nutmeg on the nose. Lush, velvety and delicately balanced on the palate, with notes of dark cherry and plum, followed by a finish of caramel, brown sugar and allspice. A great Pinot Noir alternative. 577 cases produced. Drink now through 2027.
WINEMAKER: LANE TANNER
100 % Grenache
Santa Barbara County
Martian Vineyard (40%)
Camp 4 Vineyard (60%)
Clones: 1A and 362
punched down by hand
100 % malolactic
avg sugar before fermentation: 24.5 brix
14 day fermentation
extended cold soak
aged in neutral French and Hungarian oak
unfined and loosely filtered
90 points, The Wine Enthusiast
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