Bedrock Wine Co. The Bedrock Heritage Red Blend 2015

Ratings on Delectable

Mark Morgan Delectable Pro

Has gone to sleep a little since last year. I’ll give my other bottle a couple years hibernation.

Has gone to sleep a little since last year. I’ll give my other bottle a couple years hibernation.

8.9

Maggie Harrison Delectable Pro

I know I should have waited but I just had to have it with smoked pork shoulder, pulled pork. it was near perfect.

I know I should have waited but I just had to have it with smoked pork shoulder, pulled pork. it was near perfect.

9.1

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Medium to deep ruby red. Tight on the nose with light notes of anise, bramble berries, and a little dirty. Moderate plus tannins (7.5/10) and full bodied. Tons of layers, hard to distinguish some of them. Some savory layers on the palate with dark berries and thicker than the Evangelho. A touch of heat but tons of potential. Dry and long finish. Drink from 2019 till 2028. (93+)

Medium to deep ruby red. Tight on the nose with light notes of anise, bramble berries, and a little dirty. Moderate plus tannins (7.5/10) and full bodied. Tons of layers, hard to distinguish some of them. Some savory layers on the palate with dark berries and thicker than the Evangelho. A touch of heat but tons of potential. Dry and long finish. Drink from 2019 till 2028. (93+)

9.3

Jody Scharf

Jammy, acidy, dark fruit forward.

Jammy, acidy, dark fruit forward.

9.3

Jack Bender

Fresh fruit forward fantastic fun!

Fresh fruit forward fantastic fun!

9.3

Diego Flores

A beauty from a vineyard once owned by General William Tecumseh Sherman.

A beauty from a vineyard once owned by General William Tecumseh Sherman.

9.5

Andrew Steffensmeier Delectable Pro

A nice balanced feel

A nice balanced feel

9.0

Richard Lewis

Loads of black fruit, licorice and graphite - and a nice slice of acid that lightens the balance. If we hadn't had a second bottle, we would have let this age for several more years.

Loads of black fruit, licorice and graphite - and a nice slice of acid that lightens the balance. If we hadn't had a second bottle, we would have let this age for several more years.

9.4

Jake Rubash

From magnum, crowd pleaser

From magnum, crowd pleaser

9.1

Isaac Pirolo Delectable Pro

The Bedrock Vineyard in Sonoma Valley was originally planted in 1854 by Civil War generals William “Tecumseh” Sherman and “Fightin” Joe Hooker (from left). It would be passed on to George Washington Whitman (Walt Whitman's younger brother) and then to the former American Consul to China Eli T. Shepherd (no pic), before being purchased by Senator George Hearst in 1888. He planted most of the vines that exist today, which were some of the first to be planted on American rootstock. #merica

The Bedrock Vineyard in Sonoma Valley was originally planted in 1854 by Civil War generals William “Tecumseh” Sherman and “Fightin” Joe Hooker (from left). It would be passed on to George Washington Whitman (Walt Whitman's younger brother) and then to the former American Consul to China Eli T. Shepherd (no pic), before being purchased by Senator George Hearst in 1888. He planted most of the vines that exist today, which were some of the first to be planted on American rootstock. #merica

9.5

Location

  • 148 Chambers Street
    New York, NY 10007

  • Hours:
    Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
    Sunday: 12pm-7pm

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