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Martian Wine

Martian Wines

  • 2012 Red Shift Syrah

    $24/bottle.  95% Syrah co-fermented with 5% Viognier with layers of birght flavor.  Aromas of smoked meats and hard spices; flavors of black currant and dark plum.  Firm tannins surround a hint of pepper on the finish.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 2011 Local Group Grenache Noir

    $24/bottle.  In celestial terms, the Local Group is the group of galaxies that includes, among many others, the Earth's own Milky Way and the Andromeda Galaxy. In the Martian Universe, whatʼs a few galaxies among friends? Local Group isnʼt available in Andromeda yet, but there are plans afoot.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 2013 Stellar Viognier

    $22/bottle.  Fresh and bright on the nose with honeysuckle and green lime marmalade aromas. There’s more to it than that, but taste for yourself. Chardonnay look out! Viognier is the fast rising star of the wine world.

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  • 2012 Gravitas Tempranillo

    $35/bottle.  Along with sister-grape Albarino, Tempranillo is the other Spanish grape variety grown at Martian Ranch.  Rich soy-sauce aromas, with hints of smoke and blueberry.  Dark red fruit flavors surrounded by firm tannins and a long finish.  Enjoy with your favorite mixed-grill meats, spicy chile rellenos or Mama's lasagna.

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  • 2013 Mothership Grenache Blanc

    $22/bottle.  Lemon verbena aromas greet the nose with hints of lemongrass and quartz adding complexity. Texturally it is really quite lovely; it’s bright, clear and moderately tense with a hint of white peach and bright citrus.

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  • 2011 Dark Energy Syrah

    $35/bottle.  Olives, smoke, leather, grilled meat and cracked pepper all come on the nose and palate. If you can be savory and tough at the same time, this wine has achieved it.

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  • 2013 Uforic Albariño

    $22/bottle.  A big apricot note on the nose with mineral zest and white floral aromas that add complexity. It’s bright on entry with a spicy early impression that morphs into something more fruit driven and attractively refreshing on the palate.

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  • 2012 Chenin Blanc Chenin Blanc

    $24/bottle.  A Granny Smith apple and a nice green plum on the nose are followed by melon, orange blossom and Clementine (leave it to the Mandarins). We finally head for a clean finish with a delicate mineral hint of flint.

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  • 2012 Local Group Grenache Noir

    $24/bottle.  “Locals Only” is the rallying cry for this Grenache Noir. It makes up quite an area code, however, going beyond our own Los Alamos motto: 93440, Can you dig it? The Local Group takes up a bit more space.

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  • 2012 Parallax Mourvèdre

    $24/bottle.  A refreshing, bistro-style wine, with flavors of dark plums and blueberries, a nice leather base note and a wonderful candied edge.  Bright and vivid in the mouth with terrific purity of fruit. 

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  • 2012 Cabernet Franc Cabernet Franc

    $24/bottle.  Aromas of dark cherry, with hints of forest floor, followed by fine tannins and juicy red and black fruit flavors. Our Cabernet Franc is well-balanced and smooth with good complexity and a long, lingering finish.

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  • 2013 Down To Earth Rosé

    $20/bottle.  This year's rosé exudes floral aromas reminiscent of being in a field of wild flowers in summertime. On the palette, first tropical flavors of star fruit, and kiwi emerge emerge, but quickly evolve into a more savory plum chutney.

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  • 2013 Gamay Noir

    $24/bottle.  The first grape of the season to harvest, our Gamay is silky on the palate and low in tannins.  Aromas of potpourri, strawberry and pine; with fresh cherry and rose petals on the palate.  Fruit forward, with a bit of earthiness.  Produced via carbonic maceration, in the style of Beaujolais nouveau.

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