1836 Red

Overview

On April 21st, 1836, in a part of Northern Mexico known as Tejas, a band of rugged pioneers won the historic “Battle of San Jacinto.” Shortly after this decisive victory, peace treaties were signed, and the independence of Texas was established. This red wine celebrates the spirit of those who fought for the great Republic of Texas.

1836 Red is a perfect wine to enjoy with full-flavored main courses, such as smoked Texas beef, and also goes well with premium cigars.

Vineyard Map

VARIETY:

1836 Red

APPELLATION:

Texas

VINTAGE:

2015

ALCOHOL:

13.5%

ACIDITY (%):

7.1 g/L (as Tartaric Acid)

pH:

3.68

RESIDUAL SUGAR (%):

.18

OAKING:

Aged 20-months in French and American oak barrels from Demptos and Canton cooperages. 50% of the oak was new with medium plus toast.

VEGAN Friendly

UPC Number: 0-88596-01836-4

Cases/Pallet: 112

750 ML Bottles/Case: 6

Cases/Tie: 28

Weight LBS/Case: 18.1

Ties/Pallet: 4

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