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Angeleno Wine Co Zanja Madre 2018

    750ML / 14% ABV
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    Winemaker Notes

    The Zanja Madre was the first aqueduct built in Los Angeles and for many years was the only way the city received its water. Its artifact is a stone’s throw from the winery, this wine pays homage to it. The 2018 Zanja Madre is an everyday drinker. An earthy, savory and structured blend of Syrah and Grenache.

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    With a focus on unique varietals, Angeleno Wine Co aims to push the boundaries of what Southern California wine growing can be. Our pride and joy is a small vineyard about an hour north of Los Angeles outside a little town called Agua Dulce. It is farmed by Juan Alonso, a visionary who planted an array of lesser known Spanish grape varietals from his native Galicia. We only work with vineyards that farm sustainably and we source our grapes from land that is special for different reasons. Tannat, Graciano, Godello, Loureiro, and Treixadura are some of the unique varietals that Angeleno makes into wine every year. We harvest early to preserve natural acidity in the fruit. We strive to make wines that are elegant, balanced and that express Los Angeles' unique character: a growing region where the desert meets the sea.

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