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Thacher 2017 "Working Holiday" Red Blend

Light bodied Grenache, Syrah, Mourvèdre Blend
$28.00
- small | $65.00- Large
Wine Enthusiast - 90 Points
Light, rustic blend of Grenache, Syrah and Mourvèdre is a great midweek sipper. It starts with aromas of wild raspberry, berry leaf and dried fennel. The palate is very herbal in tones of anise, oregano and thyme but is also full of rose and red fruit flavors.
Pairs with:
Cheese
Cheese
Red Meat
Red Meat
Cured Meats
Cured Meats
Poultry
Poultry
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Variety - 39% Grenache, 38% Syrah, 23% Mourvèdre
Winemaker - Sherman Thacher
Appellation -
Vineyard -
Alcohol - 13.5%
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Vinification and Elevage - aged and fermented separately in Neutral French Oak Barrels, then blended together.

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Red Blend

39% Grenache, 38% Syrah, 23% Mourvèdre

In the US, a red blend is essentially any domestic wine that's not made from a specific grape variety. Winemakers blend grapes because it allows them to reach desired flavor profiles that a single grape variety could not achieve on their own. Common red blends in the US often feature Cabernet, merlot and either cabernet franc or petite verdot. However there are many other common red blends including grenache, syrah and mourvedre often referred to as a GSM blend. In France, these blends would most commonly be named for the reason from whence they hail. For example, the Bordeaux blend or Rhone blend respectively.

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