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Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (& Breakfast & Lunch) 2020

Scotty Boy! • 750ml

$28.95

Scotty Boy! Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (& Breakfast & Lunch) is a red natural wine made from a blend of 65% Spear Vineyard Grenache Noir, 35% Tres Hermanas Vineyard Grenache Blanc organic grapes farmed sustainably in Santa Barbara County, California. Full carbonic maceration for 18 days, unfined, unfiltered, no added sulfites.

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Product Description

The Wine: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (& Breakfast & Lunch) 2020

Scotty Boy! Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (& Breakfast & Lunch) is a red natural wine made from a blend of 65% Spear Vineyard Grenache Noir, 35% Tres Hermanas Vineyard Grenache Blanc organic grapes farmed sustainably in Santa Barbara County, California. Full carbonic maceration for 18 days, unfined, unfiltered, no added sulfites.

The Producer: Scotty-Boy!

From the producer's website: "Having spent the better part of the last decade producing super slow luxury wines for the fine dining world, the team at CCGP decided it was time for a little more fun and immediate gratification — a little vin de soif to compliment our vin de garde — hence, Scotty-Boy! Fine Wines & Super-Coolers was born. Scotty-Boy! wines are inspired by those easy drinking country wines that are made in neighborhood garages and served at the local cantina in large carafes, nicely chilled; or when sweltering, with an ice cube or two in the glass. they are vins de soif (wines of thirst) meant to refresh and quench a thirsty appetite without pretension or self-consciousness. as we like to say at the winery, they’re less judgy and more chuggy.

Scotty Boy! Natural Wine Producer from California, Primal Wine - primalwine.com


The Region: Santa Barbara County, California

 

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