SOLD OUTComartin Cellars 2013 Red Blend
Featured in our Platinum Wine of the Month Club
- The Porterhouse
- Central Coast AVA
- 91 Points — Wine Enthusiast
- Central Coast, Santa Barbara County AVA
- 80% Syrah, 20% Grenache
- 20 months in French oak
- Cases Produced
- Enjoy Until
Comartin Cellars’ 2013 “The Porterhouse” Reserve Blend is named after Adam’s grandfathers and the family butcher shop they ran for nearly fifty years. Adam was always told by his grandfathers the Porterhouse cut was the best, offering both the New York and the Filet. In a parallel, and as an ode to his grandfathers, Adam named his Reserve Blend “The Porterhouse” because it is the best “cut” from the winery (the best six barrels), showcasing the depth of Syrah (the New York), and the elegance of Grenache (the Filet). “The Porterhouse” is a beautifully balanced blend of dense blueberry, black plum, cola, and licorice notes with a touch of tartness on the edges.
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...
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