In medieval times, the great horse rode by the best knight was called the Charger or Destrier. This 115 blend is gooey, jammy, modeled to be a Russian River style pinot with peach, chocolate covered cherry, citrus, and florals.
Dark and ruby red in the glass, this Taylor Mountain Merlot is a classic. Complex and well structured with an earthy richness. Blackberry, ripe Bing cherry and a hint of white pepper on the palate . Finishing with velvety tannins and a hint of minerality, a Taylor Mountain Merlot signature. Great to pair with Lamb, Beef, Stews, Blue Cheese and Chocolate.
Gamay Noir is a rare varietal in the US, with only 6 other producing vineyards. The 2016 vintage, our first commercial production year of it, highlights features of agave, raspberry bubblegum, baking spices, and the finest Hobbiton tobacco leaf.