Rugged mountain conditions produce grapes with intensely concentrated fruit and big, rich tannins. Taming these tannins and preserving flavor are the high-altitude winemaker's biggest challenge. Because Mount Veeder's growing season starts late and often stretches well into November, harvest is a waiting game. But patience is rewarded with fully-developed flavors and ripe, rich tannins in the skins and seeds.
Rich and textural with beautiful deep fruit. Dark plum, toffee, slate, and anise. Very ripe, complex and layered with supple tannins that integrate on the palate and weave smoothly to a long finish.
Rich and mouth filling with powerful yet supple tannins. Flavors of ripe blackberry and currants are center stage with dark chocolate, vanilla and toasty oak adding nuances and complexity to the palette.
A beautiful mélange of blackberry, sage, wild blueberry, and savory notes with hints of cocoa and mocha. Very rich and complex with lingering black peppercorn and sweet herb.
Inviting, complex, layers of ripe plum, anise, dark cherries, and white pepper combine with hints of rosemary, cocoa, and earthy truffles creating a vibrant and full bouquet.