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Las Jaras Superbloom

$32.00

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Vintage: 2022
Region: California
Viticulture: Organic
Grape varieties: Grenache Noir, Verdejo, Marsanne, Roussane, and others

Las Jaras Superbloom is a new blend for 2022. In the spring of 2022, the Love Ranch vineyard in Madera County was hit with a bad frost, so the Las Jaras folks took the opportunity to find some new cool grapes for Superbloom. The first approach was to use organic grapes from warm areas on rocky or gravelly free-draining soils. They also added a touch of early-picked Viognier to give some acidity to the blend. This is a carbonic co-ferment wine that was made in several tanks, each of which with a different varietal mix. The wine was treated to cold carbonic macerations from 10-14 days long. After pressing, the fermented juice from each lot was placed separately in stainless steel tanks. Once the lots were fermented to dryness, they were combined. Both primary and malolactic fermentation were native. There have been no additions to this wine and it is not filtered or fined.

Song: Superbloom by MisterWives

Additional information

NATTINESS

Natty

FRUIT

Cranberry, Red Berries, Watermelon

BODY

Medium-bodied

ACIDITY

Bright (Medium-High)

ALCOHOL

11-12%

OAK

No Oak

TANNIN

Light

SWEETNESS

Fruity & Dry

SERVING TEMP

Chilled Whites and Rosés (48°–52°)

SULFUR

Zero Sulfur Added

VEGAN

Vegan

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ABOUT THE PRODUCER

About Las Jaras Superbloom

Las Jaras Superbloom is a new blend for 2022. In the spring of 2022, the Love Ranch vineyard in Madera County was hit with a bad frost, so the Las Jaras folks took the opportunity to find some new cool grapes for Superbloom. The first approach was to use organic grapes from warm areas on rocky or gravelly free-draining soils. They also added a touch of early-picked Viognier to give some acidity to the blend. This is a carbonic co-ferment wine that was made in several tanks, each of which with a different varietal mix. The wine was treated to cold carbonic macerations from 10-14 days long. After pressing, the fermented juice from each lot was placed separately in stainless steel tanks. Once the lots were fermented to dryness, they were combined. Both primary and malolactic fermentation were native. There have been no additions to this wine and it is not filtered or fined.

About Las Jaras Wines

Joel Burt and Eric Wareheim are the winemakers behind Las Jaras Wines. At Las Jaras, their goal is to make delicious wine that has tons of energy and balance. Joel and Eric want the wines to be vibrant, delicate, and supple all at the same time while also being food-friendly and easy for anyone to enjoy. The wines are designed to reflect the unique terroir of the vineyards using minimal intervention so you can taste their natural, rhythmic expression. If you are not used to drinking wines made this way, the experience can be a revelation.

Las Jaras’ lighter wines can elevate your daily experiences. Bring the elegant bubbles of their sparkling wine to your best friend’s engagement party. Nestle the Rosato into your backpack for a trip to the park to watch an epic sunset. Pair the chilled Glou Glou with a margherita pizza to make takeout tastier.

The medium-bodied reds pair with deep savory meals and create thought-provoking moments. A holiday dinner includes a conversation about Carignan. The Cabernet Sauvignon is brought to your favorite restaurant to share a taste with your server. “Does this remind you of 70’s Napa?” And the popular Sweet Berry Wine demands an explanation, inspires stories, and creates joy.