Never heard before of Arbiv's Mia Luce. Does he have a kashrut certification? I've looked it up and Arbiv seems to be following the path of israeli/mediterranean wine with his blends of Merlot and Carignan (Rosso 2009) and Carignan/Petite Sirah (Rosso 2010). The choice of the name "Rosso" is a bit surprising as it's also the name of Lueria's second red wine. Arbiv may have thought using the name before them , the Lueria was named "Rouge" before they changed it to "Rosso" for the 2008 vintage.
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