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Santa Teresa de Cabora also known as the “Mexican Joan of Arc'', was a healer and figure who traveled through Northern Mexico and the US around the end of the 1800s. She was exiled from Mexico as a political insurrectionist, but was seen as a Saint by the people who followed her, as she advocated for the Indigenous and poor. Her story acts as a metaphor and guide to restoring our crucial relationship with the land. A co-ferment of apples and grapes, designated as an apple-grape wine. Dry-farmed and non-irrigated apples of mixed varieties - Gravenstein, Rome, Spitzenberg, plus others. The fermented cider was poured over the pomace of fresh pressed grapes and left to macerate. From the field blend vineyards of Bucklin and Bedrock wines, both proponents of non-irrigated old vineyards in Sonoma. The grape varieties include over 30 types, but are namely: Grenache, Syrah, Zinfandel, Mourvedre, Alicante Bouschet, Lenoir, Grand Noir, and Petite Bouschet. Candied and fragrant red fruits on the nose. With just a light prickle of bubbles on the palate, it sits closer to still than it does sparkling. Red berry fruit and thirst quenching in terms of acid, it's hard to clock it at 9% alcohol. An immediate smash hit.

Bardos Cider, Saint Cabora, Sonoma, California - 500ml

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