Trixon Granacha Coastview Vineyard 2019
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In the picturesque cellars of Trixon Wine Co, the Trixon Granacha Coastview Vineyard 2019 was born under the expert guidance of winemaker Patrick Jackson, showcasing the true essence of the California coast. With critical acclaim echoing its brilliance, this wine is a testament to its craft.
Pouring into your glass, it unveils a mesmerizing red hue with a garnet rim, a visual prelude to the delights that await. On the nose, a delightful dance of red cherry, watermelon, and strawberry notes greets your senses, painting a vivid fruit profile. Yet, it’s the intriguing undercurrent of spices that truly captivates, with hints of crushed black pepper, clove, allspice, and anise weaving through the bouquet.
As the wine graces your palate, the beautiful tannins create a luxurious mouthfeel, caressing your taste buds, and covering the entire palate with a velvety embrace. It leaves you yearning for that next sip, a lingering desire for more.
This Granacha is a culinary chameleon, effortlessly elevating your dining experience. Pair it with wild game, succulent pork, or a perfectly grilled steak. For a gourmet indulgence, savor it alongside Manchego and Petit Basque cheeses.
While this wine is delightful now, its potential is boundless. You can enjoy its evolving character through 2030 and beyond. Trixon Granacha Coastview Vineyard 2019 is not just a wine; it’s an invitation to embark on a sensory journey through the California coast’s finest terroir, a testament to craftsmanship that’s garnered critical acclaim for its excellence.
Winemaker of Trixon Granacha Coastview Vineyard 2019
Monterey County, nestled on California's Central Coast, has a relatively recent history in the world of wine production. It wasn't until the 1960s that commercial-scale viticulture began to thrive in this region, particularly in the Salinas Valley, which became the epicenter of grape planting along the picturesque Californian coastline.
Located on the Central Coast of California, Monterey County spans approximately 90 miles (145 km) from Monterey Bay to the southern edge of San Luis Obispo County. This captivating valley is flanked by the Galiban Mountains to the east and the Santa Lucia Mountains,... Read More