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Three Lucchesi Carignane

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Three Lucchesi Carignane FOOD & WINE Wine Club Three Lucchesi Carignane
Winery Three Wine Co
Grape Carignan
Year 2010
Country United States
Appellation Contra Costa County

$28.00 per bottle

Member Price: $25.20
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Matt Cline’s brilliant Zinfandels gained his family’s Cline Cellars fame; today he’s focused on his own boutique label, Three.
What You Need To Know
Although he makes the oddball Albariño or late-harvest Riesling, Matt Cline is chiefly obsessed with red wines. Specifically, lush, spicy and deeply fruity reds from grapes such as Zinfandel, Petite Sirah and Carignane, the grape of this bottling. Fortunately, Cline knows California’s cache of top vineyards for these grapes as well as (or better) than anyone, having logged thousands of miles each year to seek out the best grapes for his family’s Cline Cellars. Today he puts that knowledge to use for Three, the label he and wife Erin founded in 2007. Cline sourced this Carignane from the century-old Lucchesi vineyard 60 miles east of San Francisco.
Smell It
Smell It
Ripe huckleberries, with an anise note.
Taste It
Taste It
Mouth-filling, with firm berry and spice flavors.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Lamb, pork or beef, especially with herbs or vegetables.