|A close up, diagrammatic view of a rock slide. Image courtesy of Slide Share, original source unknown.|
|Rock slide along the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park. Image courtesy of Libby, MT News.|
"Rockslide shows complex berry and cherry flavors with notes of chocolate and coffee. Made from grapes grown in the Missoula and Yakima Valleys, this wine stands up to Glacier's arbiter of good taste, the Great Bear."
Once a slope surface fails and the rocks start to slide, often additional material will then be knocked loose creating a larger landslide than initially started. Think of an avalanche (another type of mass movement event) where the amount of material at the beginning collects more material on its way down creating a massive movement of material.
Another great geologically themed wine from Two Spoon Vineyards.