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Horseshoes and Handgrenades

Horseshoes and Handgrenades
Volume: 750 mL, Alcohol: 13.70%
This red blend (only 120 barrels produced!) is made from grapes of not only two very different appellations but from two entirely different states. The Oregon Syrah is rich and ripe with a velvety texture while the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from Washington State add in a complexity that could otherwise be lacking.

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Type

Red

Blend

64% Syrah, 19% Merlot, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon

Nose

Wet, dark fruit like blackberries and plum

Palate

Blackberry yogurt and a chocolate covered acai gummy
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More about this wine from Williamette Valley, Oregon
After leaving behind a job in finance to pursue his dream of winemaking, André Hueston Mack has made waves in the wine world with his brand Mouton Noir. His approach to winemaking, and the wines themselves, are rather unconventional - "mouton noir," of course, translates to "black sheep."

Horseshoes and Handgrenades is one such example of André's boundary pushing bottles and he only produced 120 barrels of this vino. This red blend is made from grapes of not only two very different appellations, but from two entirely different states. The Oregon Syrah is rich and ripe with a velvety texture while the Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot from Washington State add in a complexity that could otherwise be lacking.
How to drink it

While...

Turning the ordinary into extraordinary

Listening to...

Ramble On - Led Zeppelin

Eating...

This big red blend helps to highlight the creaminess in your fresh mozz.

Try it with our Margherita Grilled Cheese recipe.