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Edward Sellers Vineyards and Wines Grenache Paso Robles 2004

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2004 Grenache After reviewing our first release of our 2004 Grenache, Robert Parker writes, "From the Halter Ranch and Vista Creek Vineyard, the 2004 Grenache reveals raspberry and strawberry aromas and flavors in its medium-bodied personality. With plenty of volume, texture, and length, it is a good New World Grenache to consume over the next 2-3 years." The initial perfume of bright red cherries gives way to subtler layers of crushed herb and tea rose. Lush fruit continues into the mouth, giving the wine a pleasing, round texture. This Grenache is exceptionally structured on the palate with young tannins and vibrant acidity that make it a fine complement to food. Release Date: Fall 2006 Production: 380 Cases Blend: 85% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre & 5% Syrah Alcohol Percentage: 15% Accolades: • Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #166 (Aug 2006), 87 points • Silver Medal 2006 Long Beach Grand Cru • Silver Medal 2006 California State Fair Wine Competition • Silver Medal 2006 Orange County Fair Wine Competition

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Color: Red
Varietal: Grenache
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Edward Sellers:
Edward Sellers is an award winning boutique winery specializing in small lots of handmade American Rhône-style wines from Paso Robles, California. Although modeled after the great French wines from the Rhône River Valley in France, our ultra-premium wines speak distinctly of their progressive California Central Coast origins. The Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Roussanne & Viognier grapes grown for... Read more
Edward Sellers is an award winning boutique winery specializing in small lots of handmade American Rhône-style wines from Paso Robles, California. Although modeled after the great French wines from the Rhône River Valley in France, our ultra-premium wines speak distinctly of their progressive California Central Coast origins. The Syrah, Grenache, Mourvèdre, Roussanne & Viognier grapes grown for our wines are handpicked from the finest vineyards found on the calcareous-rich hillsides of Paso Robles. Each of these vineyards has been strategically planted in small blocks to maximize the vineyards’ own unique soils, location and character. It is this terroir that produces the finest Rhône varietals found on the California Coast. Read less

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Source: The Wine Closet
10/16/2008

After reviewing our first release of our 2004 Grenache, Robert Parker writes, "From the Halter Ranch and Vista Creek Vineyard, the 2004 Grenache reveals raspberry and strawberry aromas and flavors in its medium-bodied personality. With plenty of volume, texture, and length, it is a good New World Grenache to consume over the next 2-3 years." The initial perfume of bright red cherries gives way to subtler layers of crushed herb and tea rose. Lush fruit continues into the mouth, giving the wine a pleasing, round texture. This Grenache is exceptionally structured on the palate with young tannins and vibrant acidity that make it a fine complement to food.Release Date: Fall 2006Production: 380 CasesBlend: 85% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre & 5% SyrahAlcohol Percentage: 15% Accolades:<li>Robert Parker&#39;s Wine Advocate #166 (Aug 2006), 87 points </li><li>Silver Medal 2006 Long Beach Grand Cru </li><li>Silver Medal 2006 California State Fair Wine Competition</li><li>Silver Medal 2006 Orange County Fair Wine Competition</li>



2004 Grenache After reviewing our first release of our 2004 Grenache, Robert Parker writes, "From the Halter Ranch and Vista Creek Vineyard, the 2004 Grenache reveals raspberry and strawberry aromas and flavors in its medium-bodied personality. With plenty of volume, texture, and length, it is a good New World Grenache to consume over the next 2-3 years." The initial perfume of bright red cherries gives way to subtler layers of crushed herb and tea rose. Lush fruit continues into the mouth, giving the wine a pleasing, round texture. This Grenache is exceptionally structured on the palate with young tannins and vibrant acidity that make it a fine complement to food. Release Date: Fall 2006 Production: 380 Cases Blend: 85% Grenache, 10% Mourvèdre & 5% Syrah Alcohol Percentage: 15% Accolades: • Robert Parker's Wine Advocate #166 (Aug 2006), 87 points • Silver Medal 2006 Long Beach Grand Cru • Silver Medal 2006 California State Fair Wine Competition • Silver Medal 2006 Orange County Fair Wine Competition

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