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Fill your hands with True Grit wine

Parducci Wine Cellars made its name crafting legendary wines with deep roots in Mendocino County, California. 85 years of iconic winemaking continues with their True Grit Reserve—wines that embrace the idea that to make anything good and genuine, you’ve got to have passion and perseverance.

Now celebrating its tenth vintage, True Grit Reserve has earned over ten 90+ Point ratings from such respected wine industry publications as Wine and Spirits Magazine, The Tasting Panel, and Wine Enthusiast. Try one of these recently released varietals:

True Grit Reserve Cabernet

A true Mendocino County treasure, the True Grit Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon offers rich aromas of crème de cassis and fresh mint, with saturated flavors of cherry liqueur and warm exotic spice, all framed by a substantial yet smooth tannins.

True Grit Reserve Red Blend

The Parducci True Grit Reserve Red has inviting aromas of plum, black cherry, and creamy coconut that lead to velvety smooth flavors of dark blueberry and cherry, accented by leather and spice cake.

True Grit Chardonnay

True Grit Chardonnay beckons with summer fruit and spicy wood smoke aromas rounded out with complementing tastes of rich pear, lemon crème, and apple butter. This satisfying white is aged in 93% French Oak and 7% American Oak.

True Grit Petite Syrah

This 100% Petite Syrah carries a saturated purple color. The aroma of this densely textured, full-bodied wine brims with cloves, blackberry jam, white pepper, smoke, followed by an intense rush of fresh blackberry, dark chocolate, pepper, and caramel flavors. Its firm tannins make it an ideal companion for rich, fatty meats.

You can lasso a bottle of True Grit wine, as well as a variety of new weekly releases, at large local wine stores, like Wyatt’s Wet Goods, that offer you a superior wine and spirit selection and knowledgeable, helpful customer service.

We will also be featuring Parducci’s True Grit wines in our free Friday tasting this week on September 22, from 4-6:45 pm.