Our wines are released in LCBO Vintages every two weeks.
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- Red Wine
- Grenache, Syrah
- Medium Bodied
- 14.00% alc./vol
A Syrah-heavy blend aged primarily in second use barrels, the 2017 Pezenas L'Equilibre delivers scents of creosote and black olives, gradually opening up to reveal blackberry and loam. It's medium to full-bodied, with supple tannins and subtle notes of pencil shavings framing the ample fruit. It does finish with a bit of astringency, so give it a year to settle down, then drink it over the next 3-4 years. Drink date: 2020-2024.
90 Points - David Lawrason
This is an organically grown blend of syrah, grenache and carignan from small new appellation considered one of 'cru" of the Languedoc. The nose is nicely lifted and floral with some violet, and very ripe blackberry, prune, pepper and some earthy and meaty character. It is full bodied, very nicely balanced and almost elegant with an even mid-palate, quite fine, firm tannin and fairly warm alcohol - the carignan is doing its work in this regard. A trace of stony minerality on the finish as well. The length is excellent. Tasted April 2021
- Red Wine
- Full Bodied
- 14.50% alc./vol
About the Winery
Sister’s Run is serious fun. Their talented young winemaker Elena wears steel cap work boots every day of course, but carries a pair of high heels in back of the ute, only for emergencies, like last minute invitations to accept trophies at gala wine show dinners and the like.
Returning from a ‘knees-up’ at midnight, mid vintage, she managed to kick off one high heel and slip back into a boot’ just as the cellar crew cried out, ‘Run Sister Run’; and exactly then their winemaker and label took flight!
The stiletto and boot are Sister’s Run; an independently owned and operated winery with a fierce commitment to making the best wines they can from family vineyards. They don’t take ourselves as seriously as we take our wines, but agree with Elena, all you need to know about wine is the five ‘V’s and remember the best wine is the wine you like.