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A variety of grapes and aging techniques makes this red anything but basic. Each variety was fermented in stainless steel. The Petite Sirah and Grenache were aged in concrete tanks, Alicanté Bouschet in a new French oak puncheon and Aglianico in a neutral French oak barrel.

  • Alcohol by volume: 12.6%
  • 48% Petite Sirah, 33% Grenache, 10% Alicanté Bouschet, 9% Aglianico
  • American Viticultural Area: Texas High Plains
  • Soil: Decomposed sandstone and granite
  • Sulfure Dioxide: 28 ppm


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Basics of Life

$29.99

A variety of grapes and aging techniques makes this red anything but basic. Each variety was fermented in stainless steel. The Petite Sirah and Grenache were aged in concrete tanks, Alicanté Bouschet in a new French oak puncheon and Aglianico in a neutral French oak barrel.

  • Alcohol by volume: 12.6%
  • 48% Petite Sirah, 33% Grenache, 10% Alicanté Bouschet, 9% Aglianico
  • American Viticultural Area: Texas High Plains
  • Soil: Decomposed sandstone and granite
  • Sulfure Dioxide: 28 ppm

Southold Farm + Cellar

Southold Farm + Cellar

Southold Farm + Cellar is a winery and vineyard that started on the North Fork of Long Island by Regan and Carey Meador, sold, moved, and now exists in Gillespie County, Texas. We believe in farming first and non-interventionist cellar methods. All of this means you should expect our wines to vary year to year, like individual children with their personalities, we hope our work tells the story of Texas and that vintage through each variety in each parcel. We are and always will be a winery whose sole mission is to make wines that speak of place and time, that thrill and delight our friends, family and ourselves. In order to do so, our winemaking decisions are dictated by what has happened during that season, not forced consistency or stylistic emulations of other regions.

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