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Linne Calodo Outsider 2012 750ml

Rated 93 - The 2012 Outsider is a more elegant and graceful effort that has lots of baking spices, cherry pie and licorice in its medium to...
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Linne Calodo Overthinker 2011 750ml

Rated 94 - Showing the cooler nature of the vintage, the 2011 Overthinker is a mostly cofermented blend of 45% Grenache, 33% Syrah and 22%...
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Linne Calodo Problem Child 2013 750ml

Rated 94 - Saturated ruby. A heady, explosively perfumed bouquet displays scents of ripe raspberry, incense and rose oil, with an intense spicy...
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Linne Calodo Sticks And Stones 2013 750ml

Rated 94 - A sensational expression of California Grenache, Matt's 2013 Sticks and Stones gives up tons of sweet cherries, raspberries, crushed,...
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Linne Calodo The Contrarian 2013 750ml

Rated 92 - Bright, hazy straw color. Potent, high-pitched aromas of Meyer lemon, fresh pineapple and pear skin, with hints of chamomile and spicy...

Paso Robles San Luis Obispo

California has long been considered one of the New World’s greatest wine producing regions. The cooling oceanic breezes roll in from the coast, tempering the golden sunshine which allows grapes of many varietals to reach a stunning level of ripeness and expression. In the middle of California’s central coast, we find the sub-region of Paso Robles, sitting halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles. This area is typified by rolling hillsides, oak forests and dramatic canyons, and has for over two centuries been home to a buzzing and busy wine scene.

Today, over 26,000 acres of land in Paso Robles is dedicated to viticulture. It is a land of great variety - the fertile soils and ideal climatic conditions allow an astonishing forty different grape varietals to grow, meaning that this region of California is one of the most diverse in the world in regards to vine species, making it a fascinating region to explore. The principal grape varietal of this area is Zinfandel, closely followed by Bordeaux grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon. Rhone Valley varietals such as Viognier are also well represented, and regularly praised for their expressiveness and aromatic qualities. The region benefits from a long and steady growing region throughout the hot summer, with cool nights and sea winds producing beautifully balanced wines, produced by wineries willing to combine traditional techniques with modern experimentation and equipment.