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Sans Liege Groundwork 2013 Mourvedre

This is as close you’ll get to what people were quaffing in flecked black and white photographs of rural French life you saw in a book titled “Lives of the World’s People.” It’s exuberant and earnest with the petite danger the puritanical ascribe to having wine with lunch. Rock cherry, blood orange zest, coriander pod, 14th century church dust, tarragon leaf, chilled grilled lamb, apple skin, Fernet and Coke and the nagging doubt that maybe the day won’t last forever. Open and decant 1-3 hours before serving, slightly below room temperature. Aging potential 5-8 years, but who wants to wait that long?

 Producer Sans Liege Wines
 Region Santa Barbara County
 Country United States
 Varietals Mourvèdre (Monastrell)
 Alcohol 14.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2013

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5 out of 5 starsReviewed on August 25, 2018
4.5 Stars. Velvety, spicy, dark fruits, balanced.
4 out of 5 starsReviewed on February 11, 2018
4.5 is more like it. OMG - what a fabulous wine! So silky, with good intensity and length. A must-drink again wine; one of the best we've had.
5 out of 5 starsReviewed on January 05, 2018
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Sans Liege Wines

Sans Liege Wines

Pismo Beach, California, United States Pismo Beach, California, United States

“Midway upon the journey of my lifeI found myself within a dark forestFor the straightforward pathway had been lost.”(DANTE’S INFERNO I, 1-3)Sans Liege is my relentless search for independence. Equally aligned with the freedoms of the New World and the heritage of the Rhone Valley, I am careful...

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