SOLD OUTComartin 2014 Grenache
Featured in our Garagiste Wine of the Month Club
- Santa Ynez Valley AVA
- Tierra Alta Vineyard, Ballard Canyon, Santa Ynez Valley AVA
- 100% Grenache
- 25 months in oak
- Cases Produced
The Comartin 2014 Grenache comes from the Tierra Alta Vineyard, meaning ‘The High Land.” Tierra Alta is perched on top of Ballard Canyon in the Santa Ynez Valley, receiving great sun exposure and a high elevation of 1,200 feet, which allows for cool nights. This combination of warm days and cool nights promotes balanced ripening of the berries and clusters. Comartin’s 2014 Grenache offers aromas of dried red cherry, turned earth, concentrated rose, and intriguing hints of carnations. The well-woven flavors include tart cherry and baking spices of vanilla and nutmeg, all seamlessly lingering on the long finish.
With a vision to create distinctive wines of uncommon quality and character, Comartin Cellars crafts small-lot, artisan wines from unique vineyards throughout the Santa Cruz Mountains and Central Coast.
Comartin Cellars was founded in 2008 by Adam and Jennifer Comartin as ...Read more...
Italian Spaghetti alla Carbonara
This tasty spaghetti recipe pairs perfectly with a glass of Grenache from your most recent Wine Club shipment!View Recipe
Rosemary & Thyme Braised Lamb Shoulder
This fall-off-the-bone-tender roast is right at home with a Red Blend from your most recent wine club shipment.View Recipe
Shrimp with Mole Pipian
Shrimp never tasted so good...try it with a new Baja California twist with Mole Pipian! Pair it with the Grenache Blanc from you International Wine Club shipment.View Recipe
Roasted Duck Legs & Potatoes
Seasoned and roasted to perfection, you'll be enjoying this duck recipe down to the last bite! Try pairing it with the Andis 2013 Grenache.View Recipe
Salmon with Apricot Jalapeño Preserves
Tender and flavorful grilled salmon steaks accompanied by citrus asparagus and topped with jalapeño preserves. The best of all worlds! Pair this with the Tangent 2013 Grenache Blanc.View Recipe