2018 Moshina Red Blend


2016 Moshina Red ~ Blueberry and pomegranate with semi-pungent notes of cigar box and cedar wood on the nose. Rich and mouth filling flavors of dark fruits up front, followed by strawberry and rhubarb pie. This is a big wine that should continue to develop into unknown territories.

Appellation:  Paso Robles

Varietal:  66% Petite Sirah, 13% Grenache, 11% Zinfandel, 10% Syrah

Cases Produced: 40

Alcohol: 13.3%
pH: 3.22
TA: 0.82

Cooperage:  16 Months French Oak

Bottling date: February 10, 2018

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Category: Product ID: 1400


This was a project bourne out of Miss Angie’s desire to field a Petite Sirah for her “reserve’ line up. We secured a little old vine Petite from a good friend who’s a seasoned grower just down the road from us. We hand- sorted the de-stemmed berries and ended up rejecting nearly a quarter of the fruit. The wine was aged for about 16 months in once-used French oak barrels that had been used for a very expensive Pinot Noir the year before.

We also had at our disposal some really awesome Grenache, Syrah, Mouvedre, and Zin from the ONX vineyard just west of the 101 in Templeton. We played around with blends for a few weeks until Angie decided that the very best wine she could produce lowered the PS content to about 65%, which removed the wine out of the 75% requirement needed to label a wine varietally. So now we have a Red Blend where most of the wine is a fat, chewy Petite Sirah with a supporting cast of lush Rhone/Croatian varieties.


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Weight 3 lbs


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