Symphony is a relatively new and still largely unknown varietal. A cross between Muscat of Alexandria and Grenache Gris, Symphony has a fruity and floral Bouquet, and is both sweet and tart with notes of spice on the finish. Pair it with buffalo wings, grilled meats or Cesar Salad—it’s the kind of wine you can drink “all day long”. Enjoy!
Sangiovese translates from Latin as “Blood of Jupiter”, the ancient Greek god of Sky and Thunder. “At Altitude” soars high with its rosy hue, earthy and herbal aromas and bold notes of fresh cherry and strawberry. Pair with rare steaks, game birds, pizza, tomato based pastas, hard cheeses or enjoy all by itself. We think you’ll find that life is just a little better when you’re “At Altitude”.
Although the futures not ours to see, we predict you'll really like this Syrah.
It's bold without being overpowering exuding flavors of blueberry, plum and pepper. Pairs well with dark meats, grilled chicken and hard cheeses. Let breath 20 - 30 minutes before drinking. Enjoy thoroughly!
This Big Bold Cab Franc is rich with flavors of blackberry and black cherry along with earthy bell pepper undertones and mouthwatering acidity. Pair with grilled duck, lamb, beef, roasted vegetables or enjoy it A La Carte. Cheers!
Because it lacks couth (duh). Made from a little of this and a little of that, with grapes from here and from there, aged in recouped oak barrels—nothing fancy and it packs a punch at 14 plus % alcohol. A little cab (ok a lot of cab), a modicum of zin and a pinch of Syrah. That’s it, unfiltered, unrefined and unapologetic. Don’t be a snob, try it!
Merlot, from the French Merle or blackbird, was presumably named for the dark blue, purple, almost black color of its berries. With flavors of cherry, blackberry and plumb along with its supple tannins, this merlot pairs well with everything from chicken to prime rib to pizza. After a temporary fall from popularity, merlot is back and back with a vengeance. Blackbird Fly!