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Canal's Bottlestop USD 21.99 750ml

Hitching Post Hometown 2012

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89 points Josh Raynolds (International Wine Cellar): (includes 9% valdiguie): Light, bright red. Vibrant red berry and peppery spice scents are reminiscent of a youthful Beaujolais. Taut and linear on the palate, offering tangy redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors and a hint of cracked pepper. Closes on a smoky note, with silky tannins and emphatic red fruit character. Drinking very nicely, and easily, right now. (Nov/Dec 2013)

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Hitching Post:
The Buellton Hitching Post was established in 1986, but our roots started at the Casmalia Hitching Post in 1952. It was there that Frank & Natalie Ostini brought "Santa Maria Style BBQ" to its peak of perfection and where children Bill, Bob, Terri & Annette continue to this day. Here at the Hitching Post II in Buellton, we honor that tradition and also embrace the contemporary cooking styles. ... Read more
The Buellton Hitching Post was established in 1986, but our roots started at the Casmalia Hitching Post in 1952. It was there that Frank & Natalie Ostini brought "Santa Maria Style BBQ" to its peak of perfection and where children Bill, Bob, Terri & Annette continue to this day. Here at the Hitching Post II in Buellton, we honor that tradition and also embrace the contemporary cooking styles. By combining the old and the new, we have created an exciting cuisine that is uniquely our own. Along with our outstanding steaks, ribs and chicken, we also serve items such as smoked duck breast, ostrich, home-made soups and outstanding pastries; along with what the Los Angeles Times has called the "best" French Fries in Southern California! Read less

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89 points Josh Raynolds (International Wine Cellar): (includes 9% valdiguie): Light, bright red. Vibrant red berry and peppery spice scents are reminiscent of a youthful Beaujolais. Taut and linear on the palate, offering tangy redcurrant and bitter cherry flavors and a hint of cracked pepper. Closes on a smoky note, with silky tannins and emphatic red fruit character. Drinking very nicely, and easily, right now. (Nov/Dec 2013)

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