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Bedrock Heritage Pagani Ranch 2016

Member Review by EMark:

Dark red plum color. Fruity acerbic nose with a suggestion of herbs—rosemary. Tart plum on initial entry, then blackberry. Some earthiness farther back under the palate. Tannins are fairly stiff with supporting acid. This suggests to me that additional sideways resting might be beneficial.

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Bedrock Wine Co.:
Bedrock is an itsy-bitsy winery making wine in a converted chicken coop. Fruit from only the most excellent vineyard sites is hand pitch-forked into the destemmer, fermented in open top redwood and stainless vats using only native yeasts, and are manually basket pressed by winemaker Morgan Twain-Peterson into the sexiest oak from the coldest French forests.

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Vintage: 2012 08/17/2016

Dark red plum color. Fruity acerbic nose with a suggestion of herbs—rosemary. Tart plum on initial entry, then blackberry. Some earthiness farther back under the palate. Tannins are fairly stiff with supporting acid. This suggests to me that additional sideways resting might be beneficial.


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Vintage: 2013 05/20/2015

The 2013 Proprietary Red Pagani Heritage rivals the incredible 2012. An ancient vineyard of mixed black grapes planted in the 1880s, this full-bodied, multifaceted wine offers a stunning display of blue, red and black fruits intermixed with floral notes, a juicy, exuberant personality, and, most importantly, a boatload of pleasure. Drink it over the next decade.


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Vintage: 2013 05/20/2015

Another big, powerful wine, the 2013 Pagani Heritage Wine hits the palate with intense dark red fruit allied to a firm core of tannins. One of the most backward wines in this range, the 2013 is going to need at least a few years to come together. The flavors are dark, powerful and voluptuous, with tons of intensity, but perhaps just a touch of the nuance found in some of the other Sonoma Valley wines in this range.



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