Bedrock Wine Co Mixed 6 Limited Releases
I love these Bedrock wines, fabulous old vine reds many of which are field blends showcasing the styles of yesteryear.
They have some awesome vineyards and along with a handful of other wineries have kept these old vine blends, and Zinfandels going even when it must have been tempting to replant and jump on what was fashionable.
We have managed to get an allocation of some of their rarest and most sought-after bottlings, some of which only 12-60 bottles were allocated to the UK.
The fairest way seems to sell these as awesome 6 packs. Where we have a bit more availability the wines are available to buy by the bottle. The words below come from Antonio Galloni and his Vinous publication, who also named Bedrock as Winery of The Year 2020
“Winery of the Year – Bedrock (Sonoma Valley)
It is never easy to choose one winery that stands out above all others, especially with the regions I cover. This year I was especially impressed by Bedrock and the 2018s I tasted with Morgan Twain Peterson MW. One after the other, the wines were just stunning. But it is more than that. The 2018s are so finely cut and so expressive of site. Throughout that tasting, I kept thinking that if I were leading a class on the great vineyards of Sonoma, these are the wines I would use to show the personality of each vineyard."
As for the 2019 reds, they don’t quite reach the stratospheric heights of the 2018s, but that is a pretty high bar to match. In the 2019 reds, readers will find aromatic, bright wines with terrific energy and just a bit less structure than in the most important years. More importantly, the Bedrock wines provide a fabulous opportunity to explore the nuances of many top Sonoma sites. Stated another way, the quality of vineyards is especially apparent in 2019, a year with a bit of rain in the spring that caused berries to size up. Lastly, readers won’t want to miss the Zinfandel Old Vine.