Andremily

California Mourvedre

9.73 ratings
9.61 pro ratings
California, USA
Mourvedre
Top Notes For
Shay A
9.6

November’s 4th Friday was a big hit. There is no way I’ll be able to upload all the wines, nor give them the reviews they deserve, but there were a few worthy of mentioning!

The best Mourvèdre I’ve ever had. Spell binding stuff. Seductive like aromatics of sweet and gummy blue and black fruits wrapped in clove and sandalwood. Lighter on the palate than Andremily’s Syrah. Crunchy blueberries, puréed blackberries, sweet smoke, baking spices and graphite. Can only imagine how good this will be in a few years. Thanks
@Keith Fisher

November’s 4th Friday was a big hit. There is no way I’ll be able to upload all the wines, nor give them the reviews they deserve, but there were a few worthy of mentioning!

The best Mourvèdre I’ve ever had. Spell binding stuff. Seductive like aromatics of sweet and gummy blue and black fruits wrapped in clove and sandalwood. Lighter on the palate than Andremily’s Syrah. Crunchy blueberries, puréed blackberries, sweet smoke, baking spices and graphite. Can only imagine how good this will be in a few years. Thanks
@Keith Fisher

Dec 3rd, 2019
Paul T- Huntington Beach

Great bottle, I basically popped & poured. get your 2017 allocation if you haven’t done so
Parker 99 Jeb 97

Great bottle, I basically popped & poured. get your 2017 allocation if you haven’t done so
Parker 99 Jeb 97

Dec 23rd, 2019
Keith Fisher

Okay, I know I drank this too young (it was just released 5 months ago), but my curiosity got the best of me and since I was afforded the opportunity to share it with knowledgeable friends, I gave in to temptation. Having never had a domestic Mourvèdre (this also has 9% Syrah and 2% Viognier), I wasn’t sure what to expect. WA rated this 99. At this moment that may be a little generous on initial pour. I saved some in a glass and drank it 24 hours after opening and it was improved notably. I think LPB was closer than I would have guessed on that first pour. Decant judiciously if you can’t wait to open this. Wonderful dark fruit to match the dark color. A touch more elegant than the Andremily Syrah, but not inferior. I’m going to wait a few years to open another, but I’ll never have any questions about whether to purchase this wine (or any other of Jim Binn’s wines).

Okay, I know I drank this too young (it was just released 5 months ago), but my curiosity got the best of me and since I was afforded the opportunity to share it with knowledgeable friends, I gave in to temptation. Having never had a domestic Mourvèdre (this also has 9% Syrah and 2% Viognier), I wasn’t sure what to expect. WA rated this 99. At this moment that may be a little generous on initial pour. I saved some in a glass and drank it 24 hours after opening and it was improved notably. I think LPB was closer than I would have guessed on that first pour. Decant judiciously if you can’t wait to open this. Wonderful dark fruit to match the dark color. A touch more elegant than the Andremily Syrah, but not inferior. I’m going to wait a few years to open another, but I’ll never have any questions about whether to purchase this wine (or any other of Jim Binn’s wines).

Aug 11th, 2019