Tag Archives: Carbonic Sangiovese

‘Love You Bunches’ – A whimsical label for a whimsical wine

  The story of our new Carbonic Sangiovese label goes back to August of 2016, when our friends Emily and Patton Penhallegon served the 2015 vintage at their beautiful wedding in Flathead Lake, Montana. Our mutual friend, Italian Wine Importer extraordinaire, Joanie Karapetian posted a photo of the Carbonic Sangiovese bottle. Under the bottle shot, framed by the Montana backdrop, she wrote “nothing says ‘I Read More →

The Sangiovese Scare

Even before we bottled the inaugural 2013 vintage of Carbonic Sangiovese, rumors of Estate Sangiovese’s discontinuation spread throughout our mailing list. Over the past 15 years, Wine Club members have become fiercely devoted to the Estate bottling. Upon hearing my enthusiastic rantings about a new style of Sangiovese made to drink chilled, folks feared the hipster Carbonic bottling might eat into the Estate production. A Read More →

Because of Wine, I Walk the Line

With harvest finished, Grenache barreled, and the first rainfall since March penetrating into our Limestone; November gives us a chance to take stock of our recent journeys and give thanks for the amazing opportunities we have. R E C E N T  J O U R N I E S The past three vintages enabled phenomenal wine quality and Sashi pushed the envelope in ways Read More →

OLD WORLD. NEW WORLD. CARBONICATION.

B A C K G R O U N D Tales of old Tuscan wines inspired us to make the 2013 Carbonic Sangiovese. Traditionally, villagers didn’t want to wait for their wine to age in order to enjoy. Their solution was simple: press wine before the end of fermentation to avoid rough tannins on the finish. The Italians apparently didn’t mind sacrificing the deep color Read More →