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2013 Sine Qua Non - Grenache Jusqu'a l'os Estate (Eleven Confessions)

UNITED STATES / CALIFORNIA /
  • 100 WA
  • Variety
    Grenache

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SKU: 467200-2013
  • Vinous | Rating: 96

    A darker, more potent side of Grenache comes through in the 2013 Grenache Jusqu'Aÿ l'Os. This powerhouse wine is nowhere near ready to drink. Swaths of tannin enshroud a core of plum, dark fruit in this muscular, brooding Grenache from Sine Qua Non. Readers will have to be patient. The 2013 is 79% Grenache, 18% Syrah and 3% Petite Sirah, all from Eleven Confessions, done with 89% whole clusters.
    Author: Antonio Galloni
  • Wine Advocate | Rating: 100

    The 2013 Grenache Jusqu' a l'os was produced from 79% Grenache from the 11 Confessions Vineyard along with 18% Syrah and 3% Petite Sirah, produced using 89% whole cluster and aged for around 38 months in 51% used oak, 6% new French oak and 43% concrete tanks (bottled December 6, 2016). It displays a medium to deep garnet color and rock star vibrant red currant and black raspberry scents with hints of licorice, mocha, Indian spices and peppered salami plus oh-so-fragrant and seductive touches of potpourri and chargrill. Medium to full-bodied, concentrated and opulently fruited in the mouth, the alluring, velvety tannins support savory, spicy layers right through the long, mineral-laced finish. This is one drop dead gorgeous, femme fatale of a wine.
    Author: Lisa Perrotti-Brown
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    Collector Data For This Wine

    • 250 bottles owned
    • 52 collectors