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Mosby 2004 Sangiovese Santa Ynez Valley

The Mosby 2004 ‘La Seduzione’ is Bill’s fourth release of the rare Cal-Ital varietal, Lagrein, which was named after its origin in the Lagarina Valley of Trentino in northeastern Italy. An extremely rare grape in the United States, only a few vineyards in California are known to grow it and Mosby is lucky to source from the French Camp Vineyard in Paso Robles where the vines are 10 years old and experience very favorable growing conditions for the vigorous varietal. The Mosby 2004 La Seduzione is velvety and violet-colored offering aromas of dark plums, cocoa, wild wood mint, black cherry, and wildflowers. The rich mouth feel and flavor of ripe black currents finish with smooth, soft tannins that allow the wine to pair nicely with rich red meats. [+]