When you think of Sonoma Valley, it's time to think about Source & Sink's 2019 Kimberly Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon. These are among the valley's oldest remaining vines and the guys behind S&S have converted the site to organic farming with incredible results. This wine is rustic at first, deeply earthy and coy, but opens up with about an hour of air to showcase ripe plum, cassis, and oak spice. Layered and ready to drink young or with age, pair this wine with hearty roasts, root vegetables, and game.
Founded by two Chicago natives, Randal Feldman and Aaron Cherny, Source & Sink is a project dedicated to revival. Rande was a journeyman in wine, having worked as a grape grower, winemaker and cellar master. Aaron was a jaded banker who left his finance life in Chicago for the 2017 harvest and never looked back. With connections to legendary vineyard sources Rande and Aaron wanted to pay homage to the rich grape growing history of Sonoma, so they sought out Heritage varieties ripening on old vines to showcase that history. It isn't just their focus on varieties like Petite Sirah and Alicante Bouschet that speaks to revival, but their practice of converting traditionally farmed vineyards to organics and biodynamics.Learn More
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