Extra! Extra! Read all about our new arrivals. For a fresh surge of dopamine, trade-in your mindless scrolling for the novelty experience of indulging in the Fall 2021 release from Âmevive.
Âmevive wines are made from grapes grown in the Ibarra-Young Vineyard. This historic vineyard is family-owned and one of the first vineyards to be planted in the Santa Ynez Valley back in 1971. It was planted by Charlotte Young and is currently owned by her three daughters.
The vineyard thrives on biodynamic and sustainable practices with minimal interference resulting in high-quality fruit and a healthy ecosystem. Their wines are thoughtfulness in a bottle.
It’s produced from the fruit of 40-year-old vines and fermented in stainless steel drums and French oak. The wine is flinty and has a precise nose with a warm and welcoming palate. It pairs well with cold oysters at golden hour at your favorite tranquil spot. This wine is great now, great the next day, and will age for many years. Imagine grapes in the California sun as you drink this fresh!
“Earthy nose with essence of petals and bright fruit and a little tannin grip. Imagine yourself in your fancy clothes strolling around the forest floor-filling your basket with rose hips, wild berries, and fresh porcini. Don’t be afraid to decant this if drinking young.”
Let this wine take you to an old flower shop in the back alley of some European city. Think dried rose petals, raspberry tarts by the cashier stand, and well-kept antique knickknacks.
Grab a three-pack or a six-pack and enjoy a glass while you unplug.