The Beaujolais region, just south of Burgundy, is known for its red and white wine made with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Gamay grape varieties. Of these, the Gamay grape (a cross between Pinot Noir and Gouais Blanc) has shown the most natural resilience to the region’s weather. The flavors of vibrant red fruit make Beaujolais Nouveau an all year long essential in your wine rack. Moreover, it’s an excellent casual gifting option.
Varietal Content: 100% Gamay
Undertones of herb and stone mark the bright wild raspberry and dark cherry fruit flavors of this lightly tannic red, with spice and mineral details on the finish. Nice and crisp.
Dark cranberry, dank herbs and a touch of game show on the nose of this bottling. The palate leads into dark boysenberry with leathery aspects throughout.
Production Notes:Varietal Content: 100% Merlot; Cooperage: New French Oak; Aging: 10 months
“The Die is Cast,” reads the blade of the fallen Goddess Medusa. The game is on and Merlot is back! Sporting black cherry, dark berry, malt chocolate with nuanced French Oak notes of vanilla and mocha. Elegant and refined on the palate with plenty of dark fruit leading into a silky, soft finish.
Alsatian-inspired with notes of lime, green apple, white flower and wet stone.
Production Notes:Varietal Content: 100% Pinot Gris; Cooperage: Stainless Steel/Concrete
Alsatian-inspired with notes of lime, green apple, white flower and wet stone. Following the nose are flavors of Anjou pear, white nectarine and citrus. The vibrant and crisp acidity balances out this medium bodied wine and carries it through the lingering finish.
Some heat on the nose right out of the bottle mixes with wild orchid & fresh berry pie aromas. With some air the wine gains weight, texture & the alcohol integrates. Then it gives effortless notes of orange cordial, rich-dusty raspberry, black cherry pit, wet stone & crushed herbs.
Production Notes:Varietal Content: Pinot Noir; Cooperage: French Oak; Aging: 14 months
Juicy Rebound found its origins and inspiration in France where we lived and worked for many years. One common theme we kept hearing from people who had traveled there was, “We just love the simple café and restaurant wines in France, they are so delicious!” We decided to make Juicy Rebound wines with that same character of those satisfying café wines that the French call “vins de soif” or thirst-quenching wines.