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Lost Poet California Red 2020

$23.99 x 12

(price per 750ml bottle) - sold in cases of 12 bottles
In stock. Available for purchase online by the unmixed case.

Additional information

Bottles per case


Price range per bottle

$20.00 – $29.99



Grape variety

Cabernet & Cabernet Blends






Wine type

Red Table Wine

Payment Type



Winc Wine Company

“A good bottle of wine should take you on a journey. It should make you feel something.”- Atticus

Winc is proud to partner with author Atticus, a young anonymous writer whose personal interest in wine has been expressed throughout his work. He worked directly with Winc Director of Winemaking Ryan Zotovich to create Lost Poet. A plush and succulent red blend with slight sweetness, this is a wine that invites you to come back for another sip. And since we’ll leave the poetry to the experts, what better way to end than with Atticus’ words about Lost Poet: “Wine is poetry and so is life. So drink on. And live on. And write yours richly.”

68% Merlot, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 8% Petite Syrah, aged in 40% new French Oak for 14 Months, showing aromas of cherry, cranberry, bell pepper and bacon. A mouth full of ripe red fruits and soft tannins, ends in a long fruit-forward finish.

Try pairing with tangy pulled pork, barbecued steak & fries or pizza.

“The 2020 Lost Poet Red from California is a wine partnership between anonymous poet Atticus whose books are New York Times Best Sellers and Winc Wine Company. The wine emits burnt embers, strawberry jam and black coffee on the nose before sweeping in with palate-drenching generosity, riveting the attention. It’s forward, yes — just like Apothic, but slightly drier. You’ll find flavours of toast and jam, black coffee, fire-roasted meat and more — all of which link to memories — before tapering toward a bonfire and cherry-vanilla finish. This oaked, red blend of 68 per cent Merlot, 24 per cent Cabernet Sauvignon and eight per cent Petite Syrah is dry but not too dry and clocks 14 per cent alcohol.”
91 points, Carolyn Evans Hammond, Toronto Star, May 2023