Today’s Deal ~ 2014 Force of Nature Red
$16.99/bottle or $12.95/6+ bottles
Look no further in finding your new favorite red blend from Paso Robles. Carpe Vino’s got you covered with the stunning 2014 Force of Nature Red Wine. Easily one of the best bang for the buck wines out there…especially at $12.95/bottle on 6+!
Force of Nature is one of four different labels made by Rob Murray who believes, “we cannot command nature except by obeying her.” Sourced from the volatile Mossfire Ranch Vineyard, the 2014 Force of Nature Red is exactly as its name implies. The vineyard sits on steep hillsides and a rolling valley floor that sees all that nature has to throw at it: sun, snow, stream, and sea. With 40 degree diurnal shifts, snow dustings, summer sun, and bitter winds, the extremity of the climate creates fruit of extraordinary concentration and uniform ripeness.
The 2014 Force of Nature Red is an eclectic blend of 67% merlot, 11% cabernet sauvignon, 11% syrah, and 11% petite sirah. The result is 100% DELICIOUS! Upon first glimpse of its VIBRANT purple hue, you know your senses are going to be in the fight of their life. On the nose you get BURSTING aromas JUICY RED RASPBERRIES, RIPE BLUEBERRIES, and BING CHERRIES with just a smidge of COCOA. CHEWY CHERRY fruit OOZES across the palate with hints of ROOT BEER and COLA. This fruit forward wine exhibits soft tannins making it an ideal everyday drinker perfect for any occasion…pizza night, spaghetti and meatballs, and especially with a good old fashioned cheeseburger.
No need to overthink this deal or this wine. A force of nature is described as a natural phenomenon that humans cannot control. So, it’s out of your hands, you have click the GET FORCE of NATURE RED NOW button today. With only FIVE cases in stock don’t delay because this baby is going to fly out the door!
Winery Tasting Notes: “Brooding purple with dark rimmed colour. The nose blooms first with red cherry, ripe plum to dark raspberry with hints of anise seed and ending dusty suede. The palate is explosive, lush ripe fruits give way to supple tannin, layers of dark and bright berries with balanced acidty and firm yet restrained structure. The strong finish lingers of black tea and plum.”