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50% Grenache, 24% Syrah, 24% Mourvèdre, 2% Zinfandel


  • ABV: 12.6%

  • AVA: Sonoma County

  • Farmer: Wei Zhou    

  • Methods: Dry farmed, no-till, natural compost

  • Year Planted: 2002  

  • Soil: Clay, Sand, Gravel

  • Topography: Hills      

  • Elevation: 1,000 ft

  • With dry-farmed fruit from Mr. Wei farming in Cloverdale, this wine was made whole cluster, semi-carbonic, with gentle pump-overs for one week, and then elévaged in neutral barrels for 8 months. From native yeasts, and no filtration, we have a living and evolving juice. What began as Japanese ume plum + shiso, then gave us summer strawberries, and now fresh raspberries, still unfurling wild herbs, ever showing the secret valley it was born from. Always light + bouncy. What has never changed is the thirst to share + feast with friends.


    Pair this with red sauce and meatballs, Peking duck, banchan, dumplings, or backyard barbecue. 


    1% of sales will go directly to Chris Renfro @280project of Alemany Farms, where they are building a sustainable food and wine community, nourishing every member of the local economy and ecosystem.

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