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SLACKER 12 STEREOTYPE
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Bottle Size: 750ml
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SLACKER 2012 PROPRIETARY RED "STEREOTYPE" PASO ROBLES 750ml

In 2003, Linne Calodo's first vintage of Slacker was born and through 2010 continued to be a portfolio staple until they totally slacked and forgot to make it again. The ethos of Slacker was always described by winemaker Matt Trevisan as, “wine representing not only the winemaker, but the idea that wines should be fun and relaxed.” Forever akin to the Slacker lifestyle, they decided to bring back the Slacker name in a much more appropriate way. Now its own label, Trevisan crafted two fun blends that showcase his ability to constantly keep creating and pioneering the exciting possibilities of the Paso Robles wine region.

The wines are sourced from Linne Calodo's Slacker Ranch and Oakdale Ranch, located in westside Paso Robles on clay loam and limestone-rich soils. A blend of 38% Tempranillo, 28% Grenache, 22% Mourvèdre, and 12% Tannat, the 2012 Slacker Stereotype is a wolf in sheep's clothing. The first Tempranillo-driven wine that Linne Calodo has produced, this wine is rich and lush. A velvet palate with hints of boysenberry jam. The Stereotype combines the beauty of four varietals: Tempranillo, Tannat, Grenache, and Mourvedre. Se Habla Espanol? This wine is all California with a deep ruby color and a charismatic presence. Enjoy with your friends and see if they can pick the varietals. There is nothing STEREOTYPICAL here.
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