Everything but the kitchen sink.
The folks at Minimus love making this wine, and it’s cool because we love drinking it – so there’s a bit of a symbiotic relationship there. The Rockwell Red is a kitchen sink blend of everything in the cellar and for the 2018 it was a blend of Tempranillo, Grenache, Marsanne, Syrah, Vermentino from Southern Oregon and Dolcetto, Cabernet Franc and Pinot “Gouges” from the Willamette Valley. A wine that tastes like bright red fruit and an equal amount of tannin.
- Craft Wine Co is the engine behind Minimus, and their most experimental wines are made by this label.
- Craft Wine Co was founded by Tara and Angelo 'The Wallet' Iannucci.
- Pinot Gouges is a form of mutated Pinot Noir that was discovered by Henry Gouges in 1936.
- Wine tumblers.
- Rooftop daydrinking.
- A club sandwich.