Conway Deep Sea Red 2008
THe 2008 Deep Sea Red shows incredibly dark purple hues reminiscent of pomegranate. The nose jumps at you with intense notes of dark red fruits including blackberry, plum, fresh bread, red meats, followed with hints of rose petal, thyme/ oregano and lavender. The entry shows both its very nice acidity and youthful yet soft, sweet tannins. The wine unfolds into jam and cherry cola, supplemented with very nice oak integration.
Conway Family Wines is based in Arroyo Grande, California at the historic Rancho Arroyo Grande property. The Conway family has assembled a team of winemakers and viticulturists who share a mutual goal to create outstanding California wines. The shell icon, emblematic of the fossil rich soils of the ranch, represents the family’s dedication to quality.
varying berry fruit qualities, mostly blackberry, blueberry, currants and round oak characteristics. the palate offers those berry fruit components with hints of cocoa and more oak
This is a very spicy red, with a huge nose. It has lots of herbal qualities, dark fruits, cherries and lots of oak.
Food Pairings for Conway Deep Sea Red
Aged 6 months in French Oak.
Notes: 42% new oak barrels
|Sugar: .195 grams per liter||Total Acidity: .586 grams per liter|
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