• Bedrock Wine Co. 2018 Old Hill Ranch Red Wine

Sonoma Valley, Sonoma County. Effusive aromas of spice rack give way to structured blackberry, smoked anise and black pepper flavors that take on tension toward briary tannins. Zinfandel and Grenache. Best from 2021 through 2029. 300 cases made. 93 Points Wine Spectator, December 2019

Bedrock Wine Co. was started in 2007 by Morgan Twain-Peterson. Working out of a small converted chicken coop in a friend’s backyard, Morgan focused on making personality-filled wines wrought from a small array of thoughtfully farmed vineyards. Over time the chicken coop and its outdoor fermenters and tiny basket press gave way to production at another friend’s winery and eventually to the “elegant” tin-sided warehouse that is now called home. In addition, after six years of working alone the winery welcomed Chris Cottrell as a partner-in-crime along with a small, dedicated staff of highly decent human beings.   

The winery is first and foremost a mission-driven operation dedicated to preserving and rehabilitating old vineyards around California. These vineyards, planted by California’s viticultural pioneers in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, are living pieces of history. Not only are we able to draw inspiration from those very pioneers, but we get to actually use the materials they planted, which have survived two world wars, Prohibition and a constantly changing marketplace. If something has been growing for over 100 years it not only deserves the respect of us humans, but it probably makes some darn good wine too. Winery Notes 

Bedrock Wine Co. 2018 Old Hill Ranch Red Wine

  • Brand: Bedrock Wine Co.
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Quantity Available: 16
  • SKU #: 8254
  • $65.99

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