South Coast Wild Horse Peak Sangiovese 2007
About the winery:
Jim Carter was an Ohio native who bought land in Temecula in 1981. After later being inspired to pursue wine, he tested the soil and began to build the current grounds in the mid ’90s. The winery finally began bottling in 2003 and has since built an incredible experience for their patrons (winery, lodging, restaurants and of course their award winning wines!)
Tobin’s Review 4 out of 5
South Coast Wild Horse Peak Sangiovese 2007 has aromas of cherry with hints of oak. The wine is smooth, but has a little more bite than your typical Sangiovese. It is a more complex wine with a hint of oak at the end of the palate.
Jeanine’s Review 4 out of 5
South Coast Wild Horse Peak Sangiovese 2007 is a more complex Sangiovese. I pickup on aromas of tastes of plum, which make it a light and smooth wine. This wine would go well with cheeses and is a good first wine to have for a dinner party.
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