Back on the Co-Fermentation Train. While Robert Clay Vineyard's has some of the older vines in Texas. It also has some newly planted trial blocks. This is the result of a couple. Mostly made up of Granacha (or Grenache or Cannonau, etc, etc) this and a couple rows of Mataro were picked at the same time, destemmed with a splash of older vine Merlot and then fermented in concrete. What you have is a super juice, strawberry farm on an ocean coast. Some will argue it's rosé, but its got waaaay too much depth and structure for that. Either way, if you don't spend the next 6 months drinking your weight in this, you will have failed the warm weather gods.
Varieties: 60% Granacha, 22% Mataro, 18% Merlot
Vineyard: Robert Clay Vineyards
124 cases produced