Las Jaras answer to Beaujolais Nouveau, which is the first wine of the vintage and released just a few weeks after the end of harvest. The wine is made using carbonic maceration and cannot be sold or consumed before the third Thursday in November. New day celebrates the end of harvest.
Las Jaras uses old vine Valdiguie (also known as Napa Gamay), destemmed Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. Quintessential glou glou, loads of blackberry, blueberry, red plum, and boysenberry. Nice and juicy with fresh acid and subtle tannin.