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2013 River of Skulls
Wine Specs
Vintage
2013
Varietal
Mourvedre
Appellation
Calaveras County
Vineyard Designation
Dalton Vineyard
Alcohol %
14.5

2013 River of Skulls

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Call or drop a note to tastingroom@twistedoak.com to secure your share
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Twisted Few members - act now to make sure you get your share of the next vintage of River of Skulls!

Some vintages are big and some are small - the 2013 vintage was the smallest in many years; only a few dozen cases were produced!

Because the limited quantity available for this vintage, we are offering our loyal Twisted Few members the first opportunity to purchase this outstanding wine.

EMAIL tastingroom@twistedoak.com and let us know how many bottles of 2013 River of Skulls you would like to receive. Orders will be charged to your payment info on file.

Winëmäkër Märk says this 100% Dalton Vineyard Mourvedre has all of the aromas of "Blackberry, plums, cedar, caramel and violets (yes, violets)" - and the spicy flavors of "Rich black fruit, cinnamon, tobacco with cherry cigar and light smoke" that you have come to expect from the River of Skulls.

And that cool red skull on the bottle, too!

EMAIL tastingroom@twistedoak.com to secure your allocation - first come first gets!


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In 1805, Lieutenant Gabriel Moraga was ordered by the Spanish Governor of California to explore the Great Central Valley and to (re)name everything he found.

One day Gabe came across a river the banks of which were littered with skulls. No one knows how the skulls came to be there. Perhaps an ancient battle. Or perhaps a really great party gone horribly wrong.

Whatever. Old Gabe, being a true master of the obvious, named this river "El Rio De Las Calaveras" or in English, "The River of Skulls."

Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
With a name like River of Skulls, you know it has to be good... An ankle bone of blackberry aromas is connected to the shin bone of plums and cedar, which connects to the knee bone of caramel and violets (yes, violets). The knee bone is connected to the leg bone of rich black fruit and cinnamon flavors, which connects to the hip bone, back bone and neck bone of a nice long finish of tobacco with cherry cigar and light smoke. Oh Dem Skulls!
Vineyard Notes
100% Mourvedre from Dalton Vineyards, Angels Camp
Food Pairing Notes
Dead People! - just kidding! How about Lamb, Pork, and Risotto?
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