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2019 The Cure

2019 The Cure
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“What you seek is seeking you.” — Rumi

Tasting Notes
2019’s The Cure G-S-M is a concentrated endeavor with fullbodied richness. It’s fully loaded with earthiness, incense, blue and black fruits, pepper, dried herbs, and floral notes. The Cure’s individuality really shines and it’s our most versatile wine pairing well with a wide range of cuisine.
Varietals were handpicked in October at the peak of flavor ripeness and phenolic maturity. Grapes were carefully cluster sorted, 100% destemmed and fermented in stainless steel. After a cold maceration, daily punch-downs, pump-overs and pneumotage were conducted. 

93 pts + Cellar Selection, Wine Enthusiast | “This is an impressively structured blend of 45% Syrah, 29% Grenache and 26% Mourvèdre from two adjacent West Paso appellations. Dark-berry, roasted plum, light cola and black olive aromas lead into a grippy palate full of coffee, carob and cocoa flavors, with a splash of dark berry.” - Matt Kettmann
93 pts, James Suckling | “This is a fresh and polished red with sweet tea, tobacco and red fruit on the nose and palate. It’s medium-bodied with firm, silky tannins and a vivid finish. Nice tension at the end.”
93 pts, Vinous | "...Bright and focused on the nose, displaying red and blue fruit preserve, floral, vanilla and baking spice qualities and a touch of smokiness. Deep yet energetic in style, delivering appealingly sweet cherry, blueberry, floral pastille and cola flavors that show no rough edges..." - Josh Raynolds
92 pts, Owen Bargreen | “Full-bodied with good structure and plenty of smoky and savory tones.”

90-92 pts, Jeb Dunnuck | “The 2019 The Cure checks in as a Southern Rhone-like blend of 45% Syrah, 29% Grenache, and the rest Mourvèdre from a handful of sites in both Paso Robles and Santa Barbara County. Nicely balanced and medium to full-bodied, with ripe tannins and integrated acidity, it has some classic dark, peppery, Syrah-like aromatics and has lots
Wine Specs
45% Syrah, 29% Grenache, 26% Mourvedre
Willow Creek District and Adelaida District
Vineyard Designation
Denner, Alta Colina and Live Oak Ranch
The wine rested for 20 months 45% new French oak
Bottling Date
361 cases on June 11, 2021
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