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Saxum Red Rhone Blend Paso Robles James Berry Vineyard 2008

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Highly aromatic, with framboise, figs, bacon and sage, with a palate that coats but is lifted by its great natural acidity. The finish is long yet there isnʼt any heaviness. I think itʼs a worthy successor to the 2007.

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Saxum Vineyards:
Saxum Vineyards is a boutique winery overseen by winemakers Heather and Justin Smith in the Temple Gap area of Paso Robles, California. The winery focuses on red wines using the Rhone varietal stalwarts Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre. Production is kept to the minimal output of under 3000 cases per year, with low yields divided between the Broken Stones, Heart Stone, James Berry, Booker, Rock... Read more
Saxum Vineyards is a boutique winery overseen by winemakers Heather and Justin Smith in the Temple Gap area of Paso Robles, California. The winery focuses on red wines using the Rhone varietal stalwarts Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre. Production is kept to the minimal output of under 3000 cases per year, with low yields divided between the Broken Stones, Heart Stone, James Berry, Booker, Rocket Block, and Bone Rock vineyards. The soils in the growing areas are mainly calcareous, providing incentive for roots to dig deep for natural moisture, with elevated locations that ensure balanced grape ripeness. The wines are handmade, organic, and sustainable, free of added chemicals or vineyard pesticides.  Read less

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Highly aromatic, with framboise, figs, bacon and sage, with a palate that coats but is lifted by its great natural acidity. The finish is long yet there isnʼt any heaviness. I think itʼs a worthy successor to the 2007.

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