This mysterious, single-vineyard wine comes from a (still) unidentified grape, potentially Dolcetto or Carignan. Vines are 69 years old and sit close to the ocean, allowing cool breezes to maintain a well-balanced acidity within the grapes. The final wine is aged for three months in steel and oak, giving way to dark, energetic fruit flavors with tons of structure. Up for a mystery? Check this one out.