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Sine Qua Non Grenache Patine Eleven Confessions Vineyard 2011, 1.5L (WA97, VN97) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Sine Qua Non Grenache Patine Eleven Confessions Vineyard

1.5L

Vintage: 2011
Region: US
Appellation: Santa Barbara

WA97, VN97
Rated 97 points by the Wine Advocate: "Coming all from Manfred`s Eleven Confessions Vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills and a blend of 77% Grenache, 22% Syrah and 1% Viognier (fermented with 25% whole clusters), the 2011 Grenache Patine spent a full 33 months in almost all neutral oak, with just 11% being new. It offers perfumed and spice-laced notes of white pepper, black raspberry, blackberry and ground herbs that flow to a full-bodied, elegant, nicely concentrated 2011 that has nicely integrated acidity, no hard edges and a terrific finish. It`s certainly one of the fresher, more elegant Grenaches from Manfred, yet it still has rocking levels of fruit. Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and enjoy bottles over the following decade." -- Jeb Dunnuck in Issue #220, AUG 2015


$1195.00

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Sine Qua Non Grenache Patine Eleven Confessions Vineyard

1.5L

Vintage: 2011
Region: US
Appellation: Santa Barbara

WA97, VN97
Rated 97 points by the Wine Advocate: "Coming all from Manfred`s Eleven Confessions Vineyard in the Sta. Rita Hills and a blend of 77% Grenache, 22% Syrah and 1% Viognier (fermented with 25% whole clusters), the 2011 Grenache Patine spent a full 33 months in almost all neutral oak, with just 11% being new. It offers perfumed and spice-laced notes of white pepper, black raspberry, blackberry and ground herbs that flow to a full-bodied, elegant, nicely concentrated 2011 that has nicely integrated acidity, no hard edges and a terrific finish. It`s certainly one of the fresher, more elegant Grenaches from Manfred, yet it still has rocking levels of fruit. Give it 2-3 years of cellaring and enjoy bottles over the following decade." -- Jeb Dunnuck in Issue #220, AUG 2015


$1195.00

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