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J Brix Uncontainable Rosé of Cinsault

$30.00

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Vintage: 2020
Region: San Diego County, California
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: 100% Cinsault

J Brix Uncontainable Rosé of Cinsault offers a zesty balance of freshness and acidity, rounded by a chalky, pleasant finish that lingers.

Song: The Now Now by Gorillaz

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About J Brix Uncontainable Rosé of Cinsault

J Brix Uncontainable Rosé of Cinsault offers a zesty balance of freshness and acidity, rounded by a chalky, pleasant finish that lingers.

About J. Brix Wines

J. Brix Wines was originally founded in 2009 as a garage winery, by husband-and-wife team Jody Brix Towe & Emily Towe. Jody & Emily, San Diego residents who learned the craft of winemaking in California’s Central Coast, remain the only winery employees, working with vineyards across Santa Barbara County, San Luis Obispo County, Calaveras County, and San Diego County. Jody & Emily are co-winemakers and work out of a shared warehouse facility in Escondido, CA. All J. Brix wines are made using native-yeast fermentations and neutral vessels, mainly old, neutral French oak barrels. Nothing is added to the wines except small amounts of sulfur dioxide when necessary, and they are unfined and unfiltered.

About Jody Brix Towe, Co-Winemaker/Barrel-Lifter

After tasting a bottle of Pinot noir grown and made in the Santa Maria Valley, San Diegans Jody and wife Emily got their winemaking start as volunteer harvest interns there and found they simply couldn’t get enough of the dirty work. One dream led to another; J. Brix Wines is the unexpectedly felicitous result.

Jody’s college and career background in horticulture translates to time and study in the vineyards; there’s nowhere he’d rather be. A keen understanding of plant physiology provides insight into the way each individual growing season affects the vines, the fruit, and the wine. A keen intuition built on many years working with plants helps guide winemaking decisions, which vary from harvest to harvest based on the sum of the season. He drives a lot.

About Emily Towe, Co-Winemaker/Content + Design

Emily is fascinated by stories. Along the way, she’s found herself caught up in one of her own. Every winemaking year provides a new and unscripted tale to tell, and as a writer and designer, she finds great joy in the translation: written, graphic and vinous.

She and Jody have come to view their lives in two phases: the one before they spoke those three little words (“Let’s make wine”), and the one that has followed. Subsequent adventures have been more thrilling, and fulfilling, than anything she ever could have imagined. Electric mayhem? Absolutely. Heartbreak? Occasionally. In the fleeting moments, though, it’s all nothing short of magical.