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Edition I. This Chardonnay has a beaming, yellow gold hue which precedes the tasting experience in the most inviting way. Immediately, the nose is treated to profoundly rich aromas of peach, guava, fig, nectarine, white flowers, and caramelized spices. Round and flush with opulent flavors, the palate is regaled with a superb union of white stone fruits, honeydew melon, lemon chiffon, and stewed apricots.
Edition III. Years in the making, The Commute is the notion of a French & American blend realized. After our top barrels were selected from California and France, trials were started, blends were made…and in the end, a truly commanding wine emerged. The expressiveness of the terroir-driven Grenache from Maury blends seamlessly with the more powerful Syrah and Petite Sirah from California creating a wine with finesse and a firm focus that will continue to evolve and mature for the next 10 to 15 years.
Edition IV. Anonymous is a word that by definition denotes nothing, but in practice creates an almost unlimited questioning of everything. Anonymous has no known provenance - no single variety, appellation, or even vintage. Blending trials relied solely on flavors and aromas to produce this extremely complex Red Wine.
Edition V. Inky in complexion with a brick red rim, the wine displays an inviting nose of soft black plum, roasted marshmallow, mixed berry pie and a hint of white pepper. A commanding opening of dark berries, currant, and ripe plum are complemented with engaging impressions of sarsaparilla, chocolate covered coffee beans and sweet oak. The wine finishes with grippy, chalky tannins that linger indefinitely.
Edition VI. While slightly mysterious on the nose, a complex, rolling bouquet of black cherry, fig, chocolate and sandalwood culminate in a complementary perception of sweetness. With a smooth and structured entry characterized by dark fruits, peppered filet mignon and spices, sweet oak emerges seamlessly concurrent with beams of acidity.
Edition VII. With layers of complexity, the wine evolves constantly, peeling back layers and falling deeper into the abyss - akin to Dante's Inferno. On the palate, the entry is massive with lots of structure - a perfect balance of weight and acidity. Tastefully creamy from a high percentage of new oak, yet beguiling with tons of minerality and stone. The wine is well constructed, and the finish does nothing but linger.