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We introduced this brilliant, $21.99 Grenache this past January, and Robert Parker recently confirmed our enthusiasm for this wine, with his 92 Points score and glowing praise! The review boasts, the wine is, “a smoking blend of 100% Grenache”, “sexy, full-bodied, pedal-to-the-metal effort”… 92 Points

A brilliant collaboration between two of Napa Valley’s most distinguished winemakers, Joel Gott and Dave Phinney, producing a stunning wine from ancient 60+ year old Grenache Vines in Maury France. Renowned Winemaker David Phinney is well-known for crafting such notables as Papillon, Abstract, D66, Palermo and Mercury Head…  Between Dave and Joel, the two are responsible for crafting dozens of 90+ rated wines  throughout their impressive careers…

The 2012 Shatter is a full-bodied Red with terrific fruit intensity and depth that is rarely found at this great low price. With the recent 92 Point Review from one of the world’s most influential wine writers, we don’t expect this tremendous wine to be available too much longer…

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From Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate… “…the semi-opaque 2012 Cotes Catalanes Grenache is a smoking blend of 100% Grenache… this sexy, full-bodied, pedal-to-the-metal effort bears plenty of resemblance to the old-vine, 100% Grenache efforts coming from Chateauneuf du Pape. Kirsch liqueur, blackberry, toasted spice, garrigue and hints of vanilla bean all flow nicely to a seamless, silky, yet decadently styled red that has fine tannin, and a blockbuster, heady finish. It will certainly not appease those looking for lightweight aromas and flavors, but count me a fan. The oak is still present, so give it a year in bottle; it will drink nicely for another 5-6 years.” 92 Parker

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Weight 3.2 lbs
Dimensions 11.5 × 3 × 3 in


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