Push the pedal down and drive like you stole it. An exhilarating blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache and Carignane smells of rich cherry tobacco, butterscotch, strawberry and smoke. The Contra Costa Mourvèdre comes from 80-year-old dry-farmed vines, delivering a powerful darkness and broodiness to the blend while the Napa Valley Grenache delivers a cascade of elegance, finesse and just the right touch of spice. This wild thing is bright and fresh, bursting with flavors of bing cherry, cranberry and pepper.
A classic 1968 Dodge Charger comes to life on the label, showing off that it is a flat-out menace on asphalt. The perfect slurry of power, performance and style inspired us to capture some of this same muscle car elegance with our own unique blend.
Gone before the dust settled.
Appellation: Contra Costa County
73% Mourvédre, 15% Grenache, 12% Carignane
16 months in two-year-old French oak