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2012 Albarino Santa Barbara County

2012 Albarino Santa Barbara County

 

Albarino is a native of Northwest Spain but it's becoming more and more common to see it here on the California Central Coast.  It likes the climate just fine, resulting in wines showing, bright, fresh fruit and with a touch of body.  Ours is a bit of a blend, with 80% Albarino, 8% Verdelho (another Spanish varietal), 8% Loureiro (a Portoguese grape), and 4% Sauvignon Blanc.  It is 100% delicious!

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2012 Mourvedre Santa Barbara County
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2012 Nebbiolo Santa Barbara County

2012 Nebbiolo Santa Barbara County

If you've ever tasted Barolo or Barbarasco, then you've tasted Nebbiolo.  It's a fussy grape to grow well, usually requiring a vineyard located somwhere susceptible to fog and heat. Cooling wind doesn't hurt either. It's aged for 15 months in neutral French oak barrels, softening it up a bit but retaining its basic character. While predominantly comprised of Nebbiolo, with a touch of Grenache and Cabernet Sauvignon, this wine is great with pizza or pasta, but shines with bigger, slower-cooked meat dishes like lamb shanks or pork roast. It's a great wine for the winter.

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