Andis 2013 Grenache
- Amador County
- Gold Wine Club Selection
- Gold Medal — SF Chronicle Wine Competition
- 89 Points — The Tasting Panel
- Linsteadt, Moore & Sisney Vineyards, Amador County
- 90% Grenache, 10% Syrah
- in oak
- Cases Produced
- Enjoy Until
Grenache is among the world’s most widely planted red wine grapes and it does especially well in hot, dry climates such as those found in the Sierra Foothills, and especially within Amador County. Andis sourced fruit from several small vineyards (Linsteadt, Moore, and Sisney) in Amador County to produce their 2013 Grenache, a bright, fruity, jammy wine with earthy tannins and a multitude of food pairing possibilities. This Grenache offers aromas of fresh strawberries, cranberries, and roses while flavors of chocolate covered cherries, blackberries, tea, cinnamon and dusty oak fill the palate and linger on the finish.
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