This could easily be mistaken for one of the more delicate old-vine Grenache wines coming out of South Australia - that appetizing mélange of tar, herbs, rose and strawberry carried in a texture that’s full bodied yet sunny and silky. It comes from a rocky southwest-facing slope above Ukiah that Charlie Sawyer planted to Cabernet in 1999, then grafted over to the Château de Beaucastel selection of Grenache in 2005. Winemakers (and longtime sommeliers) Robert Perkins and John Lancaster consider it one of the best Grenache sites on the North Coast, presenting a wine made without added yeast, new oak, fining or filtration - just remarkably pure Grenache.
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