This years Sauvage release is a blend of Lenoir and Tempranillo. Lenoir, also known as Black Spanish or "Jacquez," is a grape variety that originated in the United States and is known for its dark color and sweet, fruity flavors. Tempranillo, on the other hand, is a grape variety that hails from Spain and is known for its medium- to full-bodied wines with flavors of red fruits, spice, and earthiness.
22 Sauvage is a medium bodied wine with flavors of dark fruit, spice, and a hint of sweetness. The Lenoir grapes add depth and complexity to the wine, while the Tempranillo grapes provide structure and a nice balance of acidity. This wine would be a great choice for those who enjoy rich, medium to full-bodied wines with a depth of flavor.
Grapes: Lenoir 70% Carbonic Tempranillo 30%
Vineyard: Joppa Winds & Crooked Post
Label Art: @finallybowen