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Nota Cambiata
    An Adventurous Interpretation of Old World Wines
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Our Tannat has a rich fragrance of violets and brush, like Santa Ana winds over a field of sage. Bold and Rousing, this wine is a rich blackberry and licorice elixir for those aficionados looking to break through to another dimension of red wine.
2012 Cambiata Tannat
2015 Cambiata Albariño
The ultimate wine for fresh fish and spicy food. Albariño is Pablo Neruda rowing with Bach on a calm lake: intense and complex but relaxed and balanced.
2015 Cambiata Pinot Noir
From one of the oldest Pinot Noir vineyards in the prestigious Santa Lucia Highlands appellation, this selection is brimming with black cherry flavors and has the structure for aging.
2015 Cambiata Chardonnay
This wine is balanced: A touch of oak, a hint of butter, ripe fruit that tempers the complex mineral backbone. A fine example of Arroyo Seco Chardonnay.
2013 Cambiata Dornfelder
Our quest for a cold climate red grape that makes a rich and cellar worthy wine led us to this cousin of Pinot Noir. It’s widely planted in Germany and Austria and we just had to give it a try. Only a few vines planted so there’s only a very limited amount of wine produced. It will be hard to find but it’s definitely worth the search.
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2014 Cambiata Aero Bos, a red blend
Ten years in the making, our red blend is like no other. Driven to make a big red from a cool climate, we’ve had to seek out unusual grape varieties, learn how to grow them and learn how turn them into great wine. This blend is not based on a traditional blend, like a Rhone blend or a Bordeaux blend, nor is it a happenstance field blend. To make our blend, I started with a clean slate, stood in the vineyard and worked my way forward. Using my 35 years of experience, I’ve carefully calculated and crafted a wine that is great with savory meats and a highly suitable alternative (not substitute) to Napa Valley Cabernet – our wine counterpoints the rivals with greater aromatics and a velvety texture. The wine is a blend of 40% Dornfelder, 35% Tannat, 15% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Syrah. We call this wine Aero Bos which means flying cow. We thought the name was appropriate given that it’s a great steak wine and the grapes originate from far-flung locations.
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