Italics Estate Rose & Red Wine Half Case
Retail Price: $350
2019 Italics Estate Proprietary Red Wine, Coombsville Napa Valley. 52% Cabernet Sauvignon, 48% Merlot grapes. 50% fermented in French Oak Barrels, aged 24 months in 75% new French Oak. 14.5% alcohol, 728 cases produced. Tasting Notes: A layered nose of fresh raspberries, blueberries, blackberries cocoa, chocolate and coffee bean. Blackberries lead the initial flavors, adding layeres of plum, black cherry, roasted marshmallow, fresh cocoa, and fresh tea leaf. Dark chocolate shoulder tannins melt into lingering silky aftertaste of blackberry. 2019 Italics Estate Rose, Coombsville Napa Valley. 100% Malbec grapes, tank fermented and 100% used French Oak Aged for 5 months. 12.5% alcohol, 159 cases produced.
Tasting Notes: The nose is highlighted by strawberry, rose, red currant and lime. The red cherry notes lead to focused flavors of strawberry, peach, green mango and meyer lemon. The bright raspberry finish is long lasting with refreshing acidity.
Half case of 6 bottles. 3 of Rose and 3 of Red.
6 bottles x 750mL, glass bottle with cork, do not store over 75 degrees.
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Italics is a producer of Bordeaux varietals and blends from Napa Valley. Helmed by Proprietors Mike & Taylor Martin and Winemaker Marbue Marke, they employ both estate and negociant winemaking to the same end: to highlight the best of what Napa Valley has to offer. As winegrowers, they’ve taken the name Italics because they believe the best wines are a revelation of place. A place that can be as small as a vineyard block or as large as an entire AVA. If that place has something to say − a nuance you can appreciate − they go to great lengths to draw it out. To italicize it.