Is it dark pink? Or, is it light red? This is the second vintage of Superbloom, the zero zero wine that defies categorization.
This wine is a co-ferment red and white Rhône varieties from a single vineyard, kept completely natural by adding nothing and taking nothing away in the cellar. This vintage contain about a third red and two thirds white grapes. Superbloom is a complex, utterly unique wine that expresses the specialness of Love Ranch vineyard in the Sierra Foothills. The red grapes give this wine a spicy nose and plenty of texture, while the white grapes add beautiful watermelon and rhubarb notes, plus a clean, mineral
Superbloom is named after the wildflowers that erupt in the desert after
a wetter-than-normal rainy season. They’re a sign that winter is over
and warmer, happier days are ahead. We know that spring has not yet
sprung in a lot of the country—but in the meantime, you can sip on
Superbloom and dream of warm California nights.
Varieties: Roussanne 33%, Mourvèdre 19%, Grenache Noir 16%, Grenache Blanc 13%, Marsanne 12%, Picpoul Blanc 7%