‘Proscrito’ 2019

Regular price $68
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  • Freaky Level 4
    Let’s get weird! Unhinged, freaky fun.
  • Rare Jewel
    The natural wine world’s brightest stars here just once or twice a year.
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
‘Proscrito’ 2019

‘Proscrito’ 2019

Regular price $68
/
  • Freaky Level 4
    Let’s get weird! Unhinged, freaky fun.
  • Rare Jewel
    The natural wine world’s brightest stars here just once or twice a year.
  • Light & Lifted
    Fresh reds that love a chill.
  • Savoury
    Brine, spice, leather and other non-fruit notes are the star.
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Palomino & Grenache, Valdeorras, Galicia, Spain

We’ve long been obsessed with La Perdida, a tiny natural winemaking project from one of Galicia’s brightest stars, Nacho Gonzalez. A biologist by training, Nacho makes a very small amount of wine – 300 cases annually! – from remote, old vine sites using organic and biodynamic techniques, honing in on the historically important grapes Garnacha Tintorera and Palomino, which have b. . .

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Palomino & Grenache, Valdeorras, Galicia, Spain

We’ve long been obsessed with La Perdida, a tiny natural winemaking project from one of Galicia’s brightest stars, Nacho Gonzalez. A biologist by training, Nacho makes a very small amount of wine – 300 cases annually! – from remote, old vine sites using organic and biodynamic techniques, honing in on the historically important grapes Garnacha Tintorera and Palomino, which have been co-planted together for decades. But this dark rosé is about as traditional as candy-flipping at Coachella, a blend of mostly Palomino with a splash of Garnacha that was destemmed, skin-fermented in Spanish tinajas (amphora) and aged in French oak before being bottled unfined, unfiltered and unsulphured. Pours a hot, Holt Renfrew magenta with notes of stomped berries, Shirley Temple, electric rhubarb & tomato stem with a long, vibrato finish. Pair with Queen’s 1985 Live Aid concert, watched in one sitting.
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Palomino & Grenache, Valdeorras, Galicia, Spain

We’ve long been obsessed with La Perdida, a tiny natural winemaking project from one of Galicia’s brightest stars, Nacho Gonzalez. A biologist by . . .

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Palomino & Grenache, Valdeorras, Galicia, Spain

We’ve long been obsessed with La Perdida, a tiny natural winemaking project from one of Galicia’s brightest stars, Nacho Gonzalez. A biologist by training, Nacho makes a very small amount of wine – 300 cases annually! – from remote, old vine sites using organic and biodynamic techniques, honing in on the historically important grapes Garnacha Tintorera and Palomino, which have been co-planted together for decades. But this dark rosé is about as traditional as candy-flipping at Coachella, a blend of mostly Palomino with a splash of Garnacha that was destemmed, skin-fermented in Spanish tinajas (amphora) and aged in French oak before being bottled unfined, unfiltered and unsulphured. Pours a hot, Holt Renfrew magenta with notes of stomped berries, Shirley Temple, electric rhubarb & tomato stem with a long, vibrato finish. Pair with Queen’s 1985 Live Aid concert, watched in one sitting.
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Free pick up at our shop (1247 Dundas Street West) or delivery across Ontario in 2-5 business days for $10 - $20 flat rate depending on region. We offer free delivery for M postal codes over $150, and over $250 in the rest of Ontario.* Please note we do not deliver on Sundays. 

*Although we will always do our best to offer free shipping when possible, customers in especially remote locations may be contacted for additional delivery fees.

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