The Ojai Vineyard - Grenache - Santa Barbara County

The Ojai Vineyard - Grenache - Santa Barbara County

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93 Points -  Antonio Galloni’s Vinous

“The 2014 Grenache John Sebastiano Vineyard is deep, dense and powerful, all within the Ojai style, of course. Still quite primary, the 2014 is all about fruit at this stage. Still, the wine’s energy and persistence are both commendable. The wine’s tannic grip and bright acidity both suggest it could use a bit more time to fully come together. This is another promising wine, but its best days are off in the future. I won’t be surprised if the 2014 is even more impressive than this note suggests in another few years’ time. There is plenty to look forward to. In this vintage, the strong, almost arrogant personality of site dominates over varietal character. A closing burst of bright red fruit and firm tannins rounds things out.”


Country: USA
Region: california
Appellation: santa barbara county
Producer: The Ojai Vineyard

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