Linne Calodo Rising Tides Paso Robles 2007

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93 points Robert Parker: The deeper-colored 2007 Rising Tides (44% Syrah, 35% Grenache, and 21% Mourvedre) reveals more licorice, damp earth, blackberry, and cassis fruit as opposed to the kirsch and raspberry characteristics found in the Sticks and Stones. With superb purity, medium to full body, ripe tannins, good freshness and definition, and a stunningly long finish, it should be drunk over the next 5-7 years. (Aug 2009)

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Linne Calodo:
Linne Calodo a family-owned and operated winery, focused on the production of unique and exceptional, hand-crafted wines. Our name, Linne Calodo, describes the distinctive limestone soils of the west side of Paso Robles where our vineyards are located. We are proud to be creating unfined and unfiltered wines balanced through the blending of Rhone and Zinfandel varietals. Join the LINNE CALOD... Read more
Linne Calodo a family-owned and operated winery, focused on the production of unique and exceptional, hand-crafted wines. Our name, Linne Calodo, describes the distinctive limestone soils of the west side of Paso Robles where our vineyards are located. We are proud to be creating unfined and unfiltered wines balanced through the blending of Rhone and Zinfandel varietals. Join the LINNE CALODO EXPERIENCE and secure your allocation of our limited production wines. The Linne Calodo wines are driven by four factors: vineyard location, uncompromising viticultural practices, minimalist winemaking, and the desire to learn from experience. The vineyards are farmed sustainably and the crop loads reflect the natural balance of the vine. We believe in harvesting at the peak of ripeness to produce wines that are rich and concentrated. Read less

93 points Robert Parker: The deeper-colored 2007 Rising Tides (44% Syrah, 35% Grenache, and 21% Mourvedre) reveals more licorice, damp earth, blackberry, and cassis fruit as opposed to the kirsch and raspberry characteristics found in the Sticks and Stones. With superb purity, medium to full body, ripe tannins, good freshness and definition, and a stunningly long finish, it should be drunk over the next 5-7 years. (Aug 2009)

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