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This is Maynard's take on a classic Tuscan wine, it is food friendly and elegant. In Japanese folklore Kitsune are foxes that possess paranormal powers that increase as they age. So buy two of these wines so that you can lay one down to see how it evolves in a few years.

Sangiovese Grosso from the Buhl Memorial Vineyard, Willcox, in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County, AZ. Classic Brunello style wine. Dark cherry stone fruit & Twizzlers. Screams for a bowl of fresh pasta and cream sauce, dusted with shaved truffles. Bright fruit, soft tannins, and solid acid. 4300 ft.

For the past 20 years, Maynard James Keenan has worked tirelessly to bring Arizona’s burgeoning wine industry to international attention. In the process, he has launched the award-winning Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards, introducing the world to some of Southwest’s most delicate and refined bottles -- campaigned for the Verde Valley’s certification as an American Viticultural Area (designated in 2021), all while growing a thriving local infrastructure and community across the region.

While the sunny state of Arizona is most often associated with jagged red-rock formations, cacti and tumbleweeds, it has garnered quite a bit of attention of late for its wine. The state is home to three official AVAs. The first two, Sonoita and Willcox, are both near the Mexican border in the south. Meanwhile the Verde Valley, which received its formal designation in November 2021, is in central Arizona’s Yavapai County, about an hours’ drive southwest of Flagstaff, near Sedona.

Relatively small compared to better-known growing regions in the US, the Verde Valley has about 40ha under vine. The free-draining soils are volcanic and sandy loam, with layers of calcium-rich caliche – a defining characteristic of the subsoil here, believed to bring particular minerality to the wines.

Caduceus 2019 Kitsune

SKU: 824760
Regular price $97.85
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COUNTRY: United States

REGION: Arizona

VARIETAL: Sangiovese

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FORMAT: 750 ML

This is Maynard's take on a classic Tuscan wine, it is food friendly and elegant. In Japanese folklore Kitsune are foxes that possess paranormal powers that increase as they age. So buy two of these wines so that you can lay one down to see how it evolves in a few years.

Sangiovese Grosso from the Buhl Memorial Vineyard, Willcox, in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County, AZ. Classic Brunello style wine. Dark cherry stone fruit & Twizzlers. Screams for a bowl of fresh pasta and cream sauce, dusted with shaved truffles. Bright fruit, soft tannins, and solid acid. 4300 ft.

For the past 20 years, Maynard James Keenan has worked tirelessly to bring Arizona’s burgeoning wine industry to international attention. In the process, he has launched the award-winning Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards, introducing the world to some of Southwest’s most delicate and refined bottles -- campaigned for the Verde Valley’s certification as an American Viticultural Area (designated in 2021), all while growing a thriving local infrastructure and community across the region.

While the sunny state of Arizona is most often associated with jagged red-rock formations, cacti and tumbleweeds, it has garnered quite a bit of attention of late for its wine. The state is home to three official AVAs. The first two, Sonoita and Willcox, are both near the Mexican border in the south. Meanwhile the Verde Valley, which received its formal designation in November 2021, is in central Arizona’s Yavapai County, about an hours’ drive southwest of Flagstaff, near Sedona.

Relatively small compared to better-known growing regions in the US, the Verde Valley has about 40ha under vine. The free-draining soils are volcanic and sandy loam, with layers of calcium-rich caliche – a defining characteristic of the subsoil here, believed to bring particular minerality to the wines.