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2012 Jonata, Tierra, Santa Ynez Valley
Press and Tasting Notes
La Tierra is one of the most interesting Sangiovese-based wines from California. Varietal notes come through, but in this site those flavors have a level of richness and juiciness that is rare in Italian Sangiovese. Dark red cherries, flowers and sweet spices flesh out on the radiant, powerful finish. Enjoy it over the next 5-7 years.
A Merchant's Pick
If you've always wanted to try Screaming Eagle and relish Tuscan reds, then you'll love Jonata's La Tierra from Napa Valley.
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