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2010 Three Wine Company Carignane Lucchesi Vineyard Contra Costa County
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Carignane champion
10/16/2013
by Konell10586312
Its a beautiful thing to taste a varietal that you know little about and then come to love it for its own sake. Sure I've had Ridge Carignane in their ATP program and Kline too but this is better yet. As we drank this bottle, it just got better until it was gone. Of course, once I tasted it I tried to get more but alas... it is gone... that won't happen again IF we can get another vintage!
Perfection!
08/11/2013
by Trebbiano398984
This was my first time trying a Carignane varietal. Excellent blend, dark berry aromas and flavors. Very smooth. Great job as always Matt.
Another stunner.......
03/03/2013
by Johnson13027091
To my palate, nobody does justice to the Carignane varietal quite like Matt Cline. I don't know what he does to bring out the perfect qualities of this grape, but I have had two different years of this fine wine from WA and it is consistent and does not disappoint in any way. Kudos to Matt for another great year!

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