Please note: Your order into Canada requires duties and taxes to be paid to Canadian Customs. Vivino will not collect these taxes, but we will provide you an estimate of these taxes at checkout. Once your package reaches the border, Canadian Customs will contact you and request payment, at which time your order will be released to be delivered.
Sorry, this special Vivino offer is no longer available. Please explore our other great wine deals.
The offer ends in00days 00hours: 00minutes: 00seconds
Limited bottles Available! Less than 100 Cases Produced — We got our hands on everything we could for Canada!
About the Wine
Hard Six Cellars is fuelled by a vision of winemaking that puts the land first. Jess, Keisha & Maya are often also present, earning us the nickname “Los Lobos” amongst the vineyard workers.
Kara and Wayne have a mutual appreciation for abstract and “outsider” art. The works chosen for the Hard Six labels have enormous depth and are extremely evocative, risky and captivating in nature. It is our hope that our wines will resonate with you in the same way.
There’s risk involved in choosing vineyards that are more challenging, but that’s what Hard Six connotes - a high risk, high reward proposition. We’re passionate believers in our efforts. Sometimes this means a passionate debate or two along the way...but always over a glass of wine, of course.
50% of the fruit was hand sorted and de-stemmed, then combined with the remaining whole clusters to ferment in a stainless steel, open top fermenter. We used the classic French pigeage a pied (foot-tread) treatment to extract color and to submerge the must into the wine during primary fermentation of the whole cluster berries. Native yeasts initiated both the primary and malolactic fermentations. Post primary fermentation, the juice was barrelled down to ~40% new Hungarian barrels, contributing some roundness and spiciness through malolactic fermentation. It was aged for 14 months in barrel.
Appellation: Napa Valley
- 4.0/5.0, Vivino Users
4.0 ★ Vivino Users
"Bigger than life Syrah! Remarkably dense for a wine grown right by the ocean. Ultra ripe black fruit and tons of spice and mocha. " L707