2013 Paix Sur Terre "Songs Of It's Own" Paso Robles Rhone Blend

SKU #1214042 Wine Spectator

 Offers a focused core of mineral-tinged tannins and lively acidity, with notes of tart raspberry and blueberry, smoky pepper and herb. Grenache, Mourvèdre, Syrah and Counoise. Drink now through 2022. (Web Only - 2015)

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This single vineyard Rhone Blend consits of 55% Grenache, 30% Mourvedre, 12% Syrah, 3% Counoise coming from the Glenrose Vineyard. Established in 1994, Glenrose Vineyard represents some of the oldest plantings of Rhone varietals on the west side of Paso Robles. One of the only terraced vineyards in the area, sitting at an elevation of 1500’-1700’, owner Don Rose bulldozed the hillside into terraces to expose the limestone and stress the vines. The vines are planted on extremely chalky, high pH soils, which combined with great rootstock and clonal selections, produce mineral driven, aromatic fruit. While Glenrose is planted to Italian, French, Spanish and Portuguese varietals, we source almost entirely French Beaucastel clones. The idea behind this wine is to create a snapshot of the entire property as each varietal has a Song of its Own and brings something special to the wine. The Grenache, Syrah 99 and Counoise were cofermented with 50% whole cluster. The Mourvedre and Shiraz 7 were blended in three months later and the final blend spent 12 months in neutral oak. This wine shows the classic kirsch, Provencal herbs, and roast meats expected from great Grenache based wines.

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Paso Robles

- Located about halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles, this inland AVA enjoys a sunny and hot growing period while its seaside neighbors hang in the fog. Zinfandel is the traditional red grape of choice, though cabernet, chardonnay, and Rhône varietals are gaining favor. Most are made in a fruit-forward, early drinking style.