The Rock Wall 2012 Super Alamedan Red (California) wine is of the Red Blend variety from the USA, produced within the Super Alamedan vineyard in the California province. The cost is $25. This wine has a score of 98/100 (an outstanding score).
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This is a dense, packed wine that’s packed with black plum, black cherry and a tight, spicy core of tannins. The black fruits are still firm and the tannins still present a strong core. Drink from 2023.
over the past several years, the winery has been on a roll. The 2012 is an impressive wine. It’s a serious effort, showing the structure and power of the vintage and of the region. It has a dry core of tannins, but you can also taste the potential of the wine as it matures. It’s not likely to change anytime soon, so drink from 2017.
The winery’s first vintage of this wine was produced from a single parcel of vines, but this one is aged in the cooler, more acidic climate of the vineyard, so the wine is all acidity. It has a shimmering balance, with a tangy, vibrant texture. The acidity gives it a breathless, fresh character that will soften with time. Drink now.
This is a subtle, perfumed wine with a lean, cutting structure that gives a fresher edge. It is tight, with a line of acidity. The fruit is now all the more fresh, and the wine needs to age. Drink from 2022.
Lavender, rose, and green herb are the lead aromas and flavors of this wine from the estate vineyard. The flavors are of white peach, mango, and apricot. It’s smooth and balanced, full bodied and medium bodied.
This is a big wine with a lot of weight and power, but it’s made to be enjoyed young. It has the weight of the vintage, the juicy acidity of the vintage, and the ripe black plum fruits as well as the acidity of the vintage. The finish is dry, with a hint of toast and a hint of mocha. The wine is a great source of acidity.
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