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|Grapes||Carignan, Zinfandel, Grenache Noir|
|Vineyard/Cellar Practices||Organically Grown, Low-Intervention/Natural Wine, Vegan|
Broc Cellars, founded by Chris Brockway, has proven that California wines can be sustainably grown, incomparably tasty, and affordable all at once. For this eighth edition of Broc’s Love Red, the grapes came from vines over 70 years old, situated in Solano County’s Green Valley and Mendocino County. Green Valley is a small strip of land, about three miles long and a mile wide, tucked between the southeastern corner of Napa Valley and the southwestern edge of Suisun Valley. It’s unique in that it still contains many of its old-vine carignan vineyards on clay-loam soils. This edition of the Love Red consists of 52% carignan, 42% zinfandel, and 6% grenache noir, and, like all Broc Cellars wines, uses native yeast for fermentation. This light-bodied can offers up plenty of brambly dark berries, including wild blueberry, blackberry, and mulberry, hints of spicy anise, black pepper, and licorice, and vibrant acidity. Great served chilled with a charcuterie plate for al fresco picnicking. Organically grown, low-intervention/natural wine, vegan.