The 2019 is an enticing blend of 61% Syrah, 24% Mourvedre, 13% Grenache and is finished off with a splash of Viognier. The 2019 jumps from the glass offering loads of rich ripe blackberries, violets, charcuterie, pepper, and olive notes, possessing a rich full texture, super fine tannins, and a finish that goes on and on. This wine begs to be enjoyed now, but will certainly reward those who wait, as this beaty has just begun to show her true potential.
The 2018 Andremily EABA is a hauntingly delicious blend of 59% Syrah, from Bien Nacido & Harrison-Clarke Vineyards, paired with 23% Mourvedre, and 15% Grenache, from Alta Mesa & Larner Vineyards, and finished off with a splash of Viognier for good measure. The 2018 Andremily EABA was 60% whole cluster fermented and brought up in 50% new French oak. This beauty leaps from the glass offering a heady bouquet of black and blue fruits, white pepper, and herbs de provence. Possessing a slightly fuller texture than its older sibling, while still retaining plenty of lift. The 2018 Andremily EABA is an extraordinarily delicious wine, that is certain to find itself on the list of our very best ever. You do not want to miss this beauty!
The 2017 Andremily EABA is fashioned from 58% Syrah, predominately from Bien Nacido and Harrison-Clarke Vineyards, coupled with 28% Mourvedre from Alta Mesa Vineyard, and 11% Grenache from Larner Vineyard, all this brought together with a touch of Viognier. The 2017 Andremily EABA leaps from the glass, offering bushels of black and blue fruits, ground pepper, olive tapenade, tobacco, cured meats, accompanied by enchanting floral notes. A rich full texture, with ripe, rounded tannins and a persistent heady finish that lasts a minute or more. Jeb Dunnuck described the 2017 Andremily EABA as an “Incredibly Sexy Wine” when awarding it the fantastic score of 97-99 points. We are confident he will find that last point when trying this beauty from bottle.