Coming off the heels of a delicious 2014 vintage, the 2015 confirms that the dup of Grenache and Mourvédre is strinking. The Grenache and Mourvédre are yin to the other’s yang. The Grenache’s classic characteristics of pomegranate, kirsch, and blood orange are on full display. On the palate, the Grenache lends elegance and freshness to Cuvée Moriah. The Mourvédre is darker in nature, providing contrast and broadening the flavors. It combines spiced-plum and Herbs de Provence with a mouth-coating texture for this intense wine. The Syrah polishes the final blend with additional brightness and beautiful length.Visit Our Store
Grenache (62%), Mourvédre (20%), Syrah (18%)
Grenache hails from the Dry Stack Vineyard in Bennett Valley, Mourvédre from Sonoma Valley’s terra rosa soils, and Syrah from Steiner Vineyard atop Sonoma Mountain.
18% new French oak with 22 months of élevage.
14.6% ABV • 268 cases
Pomegranate, kirsch, blood orange, and Herbs de Provence.
A magical pairing with Moroccan cuisine such as tagine, barbecue, and grilled salmon.