Colston Biblio - Tomato Ramato (2020)
Colston Biblio - Tomato Ramato (2020)
Colston Biblio - Tomato Ramato (2020)

Colston Biblio - Tomato Ramato (2020)

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Skin Contact Pinot Gris

While it's quite distinctive in its youth with its tannic structure, light body, and the savory, tea-like impression it leaves, something I learned from the 2018 vintage was that this wine truly benefits from some cellaring.

Demeter certified bio-dynamic grapes farmed by Moe Momtazi.

A 20 year career in the restaurant industry has shaped Matty Colston into a unique voice in the national Food & Beverage community. His experience has weaved its way into his love for many things beyond the calls of a traditional sommelier.

With the release of his Biblio brand he aims to portray these facets in a way that highlights a soulful thread of expression by the way he collaborates with wine growers, artisans, authors, and even musicians. CB001 is his first wine and the first release of a future catalog that will create form and artistic expression through a love for curating and taste-making available to everyone.

Citrus, Grapefruit, Minerals

A wine for food, this Ramato works with everything with a little fattiness to it. The tannins love something unctuous to squeeze its grip on to: pizza or braised meats, mushroom tart, BBQ, Toulouse sausage, and certainly duck confit.

About the Winemaker

A 20 year career in the restaurant industry has shaped Matty Colston into a unique voice in the national Food & Beverage community. His experience has weaved its way into his love for many things beyond the calls of a traditional sommelier.

With the release of his Biblio brand he aims to portray these facets in a way that highlights a soulful thread of expression by the way he collaborates with wine growers, artisans, authors, and even musicians. CB001 is his first wine and the first release of a future catalog that will create form and artistic expression through a love for curating and taste-making available to everyone.

Tasting Notes

Citrus, Grapefruit, Minerals

Pairings 

A wine for food, this Ramato works with everything with a little fattiness to it. The tannins love something unctuous to squeeze its grip on to: pizza or braised meats, mushroom tart, BBQ, Toulouse sausage, and certainly duck confit.