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    *5R* 2022 Folk Machine "Parts and Labor" California Red (Mendocino, CA)


    Techniques like neutral barrels, lees contact, and cement tanks add body and texture

    *5R* 2022 Folk Machine "Parts and Labor" California Red (Mendocino, CA)

    "Parts & Labor" is another hit from winemaker Kenny Livitprakong! Beautiful aromas of spice, licorice, bubble gum & raspberries lead to a smooth, medium-bodied palate with slight spice and delicious fruit - blueberries & currants - finishing with a long lasting note of mind. Not your average red blend! Each sip is better than the last.

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    About The Varietal

    GSM Blend

    The traditional and robust blend of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre is typically linked to the southern Rhone, notably in Chateauneuf-du-Pape. However, exceptional wines with this blend are also crafted in the New World, with Australia and California standing out as regions that produce highly praised examples.

    About The Producer

    Folk Machine

    Folk Machine focuses on producing wines that showcase the unique characteristics of the grapes and the terroir. The label is often associated with minimalist winemaking techniques, emphasizing natural processes and allowing the grapes to express themselves without heavy-handed intervention. The founder, Kenny Likitprakong, is recognized for his commitment to sustainable and organic practices in the vineyard, and this ethos often extends to the winemaking process. Folk Machine wines have gained a following for their approachability, balance, and the way they reflect the specific vineyards and regions where the grapes are sourced.