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  1. Rootdown Dry Bone Ranch Mourvedre Amador County 2017

    Rootdown Dry Bone Ranch Mourvedre Amador County 2017

    The fruit for this engaging, light-bodied Mourvèdre comes from Dry Bone Ranch in Amador County. It’s made using carbonic maceration, which gives the wine a light freshness – and alcohol is just 12%. Purple in color, with easy aromas of blackberry and cherry, licorice, tarragon, and cloves, and a grainy texture. Serve lightly chilled. Learn More
  2. Keplinger Lithic 2016

    Keplinger Lithic 2016

    41% Grenache, 32% Mourvèdre, 7% Syrah from high-elevation Shake Ridge vineyard in Sierra Foothills. Fermentation is 20-30% whole cluster for a smooth, fresh texture, and then the wine is aged in 25% new oak. A very attractive nose of wild flowers, dried herbs, pepper, licorice, raspberries, and blackberries leads on to a palate full of crunchy fruits and with firm, structured tannins and a long, full finish. Learn More