Reviewed on 2022-04-07
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Rating 90
Style Red
Blend , Carignan, Petite Sirah
Vintage 2020
Appellation
North Coast
California
USA
ABV 12.8%
Price $26.00  Buy This Wine
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Perfect For

All-Day Sipping, Chilled Red Cravings, Pizza Night

Drink If You Like

Gamay, Pinot Noir , Zinfandel

Breaking Bread Field Blend Cuvee 2020 Review

Winemaker Eric Miller makes great wines at his Kokomo winery in Sonoma. Breaking Bread is his side hustle/passion project, where he gets a little more experimental. His skills shine through on this more fun side of winemaking that he clearly takes as seriously as Kokomo. This is a whole cluster fermentation red, aged in neutral (used) barrels. And man is it balanced and refreshing. The nose hits with absolute rhubarb followed by a punchy berry fruit note (like all the berries), and a small heady dose of herbs. The palate is fat and juicy with tight fruit and some of that herbiness in the background. It's a very balanced wine and great for casual nights.

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Breaking Bread Field Blend Cuvee 2020
Winemaker Eric Miller makes great wines at his Kokomo winery in Sonoma. Breaking Bread is his side hustle/passion project, where he gets a little more experimental. His skills shine through on this more fun side of winemaking that he clearly takes as seriously as Kokomo. This is a whole cluster fermentation red, aged in neutral (used) barrels. And man is it balanced and refreshing. The nose hits with absolute rhubarb followed by a punchy berry fruit note (like all the berries), and a small heady dose of herbs. The palate is fat and juicy with tight fruit and some of that herbiness in the background. It's a very balanced wine and great for casual nights.

Reviewed On: 04-07-2022
90
POINTS
Breaking Bread Field Blend Cuvee 2020
Winemaker Eric Miller makes great wines at his Kokomo winery in Sonoma. Breaking Bread is his side hustle/passion project, where he gets a little more experimental. His skills shine through on this more fun side of winemaking that he clearly takes as seriously as Kokomo. This is a whole cluster fermentation red, aged in neutral (used) barrels. And man is it balanced and refreshing. The nose hits with absolute rhubarb followed by a punchy berry fruit note (like all the berries), and a small heady dose of herbs. The palate is fat and juicy with tight fruit and some of that herbiness in the background. It's a very balanced wine and great for casual nights.

Reviewed On: 04-07-2022