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Big Basin Wines

Big Basin Vineyards was founded in 1998 by Bradley Brown on an historic site in the Santa Cruz Mountains next to Big Basin Redwoods State Park. The old ranch property was first settled in the late 1800s. Wine grape cultivation had been started by French immigrants by the early 1900s and continued until 1965 when the property was sold by Justin Lacau, who had named the property “Frenchy’s Ranch”, to a timber company. By the 1990s, all that remained of the vineyards were redwood stakes and scattered vines hidden by brush and poison oak bushes.  Today, Bradley has a gorgeous property and produces great quality wines!

2010 Big Basin Homestead Red2010 Big Basin Homestead, Santa Cruz Mountains
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Aromatic with great body, balance and finish, this is a wine that reveals the exceptional vineyards behind it. The wine possesses a beautiful dark red/purple color with an exuberant nose of black and red raspberries, red currants, crushed rocks and hints of crushed flowers and anise. Bright and expressive on the palate with a melange of red and black fruit, mouth coating tannins and a nice long finish. The moderate alcohol level and good acidity make this a great food wine and one that is likely to age exceptionally well, however, it is very approachable and enjoyable now.. A blend of 37% Grenache, 36% Syrah and 27% Mourvedre from vineyards in Santa Cruz, Monterey and Paso Robles. 348 cases made.

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