2017 SANS LIEGE THE OFFERING PROPRIETARY RED

$29.00

Inspired by the deliciously complex wines from the Southern Rhone Valley of France, and made in a magnetic style that pulls you in with lavish aromas, the Sans Liege The Offering Red Blend has been a favorite among our customers for years.  Following up a monstrous 94 point score from the Wine Spectator in their previous vintage, the 2017 doesn’t hold anything back.  The blend is a fusion of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvedre and the 2017 cascades across your palate with baked plum, juicy blackberries, smoked bacon, crème de cassis, savory spices and hints of fresh leather.  The 2017 is absolutely rocking, and at under thirty per bottle the quality is unmatched when it comes to juicy red blends.

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Description

Making a grand entrance from top vineyards located in California’s iconic Santa Barbara County… this expressive blend spends around 17 months in barrel and was made with a technique of utilizing 25% whole cluster fermentation. This is a method that contributes even greater depth and structure to the wine.  The Offering is simply one of the best values in our shop and if you’re searching for a unique, delicious blend to share with your friends and family this year…  Seriously, grab some of this and you will be thanking me later.

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2017 SANS LIEGE THE OFFERING PROPRIETARY RED WINE

Winery Notes: “The early fall breeze brushes through the orchard, bringing with it aromas of red plum, cinnamon bark, cocoa, and freshly oiled leather. The harvest table is bountiful; friends and family all gather round. Wooden bowls full of green olives and mixed berries are passed as you warm your hands on a rustic mug filled with anise black tea. You can’t help but smile with gratitude for the season.”
45% Grenache | 33% Syrah | 21% Mourvedre | 1% Viognier

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