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La Clarine FarmMourvèdre Cedarville Vineyard Sierra Foothills
Mourvèdre from California, United States
100% Mourvedre from decomposed granite soils. Foot crushed, whole cluster fermented in open top tanks, and aged in a combination of tanks and barrel. Bottled unfiltered with just 15ppm of added sulfites. 138 cases made. 12.7% alc. Tasting Notes: The Cedarville is always light in color It shows lots...

La Clarine FarmPetit Manseng Sierra Foothills
Petit Manseng from California, United States
100% Petit Menseng from the Fenaughty vineyard in El Dorado county. Vines are planted in volcanic soils at 2600 feet elevation. The grapes were lightly foot-crushed and then lightly pressed into tanks for fermentation (wild, of course!). 
La Clarine FarmPiedi Grandi Blend Sierra Foothills
Nebbiolo from California, United States
Mountain grown Nebbiolo (38%), Syrah (32%) and Mourvedre (30%). 2900' elevation vineyard on volcanic loam soils. 100% whole cluster fermented, 122cs produced.

La Clarine FarmSyrah Sumu Kaw Vineyard Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
Sumu Kaw is an exemplary Syrah vineyard. The elements of elevation (3000 feet), location (in the middle of a pine forest), exposition (ridge-top) and soil composition (deep volcanic loam) come together here in a nearly perfect combination. With thoughtful farming and careful treatment in the cellar...

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La Clarine FarmSyrah/Viognier "TCB"
Syrah from California, United States
There are few combinations in the wine world better than Syrah and Viognier. The two grapes love the same climate, soils, and possibly each other. Something magical and unexpected happens when you let the two loose in the fermenters. The sum is (almost) always greater than the parts. Here we have...
La Clarine FarmTannat/Grenache "Angle of Repose"
Tannat from California, United States
Here’s a new wine from a new vineyard site we had planted for us 4 years ago. It sits on a rocky, clay soil, and we had Grenache and Tannat planted. The goal is to co-ferment these two wildly different varieties - some experiments with here two grapes in our home vineyard lead us to believe it...
La Clarine FarmViognier Sierra Foothills
Viognier from California, United States
100% Viognier. Half of the fruit comes from Cedarville (decomposed granite) and the other half from Sumu Kaw (volcanic). The granite soils provide the texture and floral quality while the volcanic gives density and fruit. The wine was co-fermented whole cluster and aged in tank.