Ur Winter glou game leveled up.
Virginia-based producer Early Mountain has decided to lean into the naturally quaffable components of the hybrid grape, Chambourcin. Some folks say that if you try to treat it like a vinifera wine - it’s like jogging with a cat on a leash. So the folks at Early Mountain decided to do things differently and opt in for a less extracted vibe. Dark cassis fruit and spices, coupled with silky glou texture.
- Early Mountain Vineyards were planted in 2005 by Jess and Sharon Sweely prior to being purchased by Jean and Steve Case in 2010. The Cases expanded the property by purchasing additional vineyards and giving it the Early Mountain name.
- The folks at Early Mountain Vineyards strive to create wine that works on its own terms, and understand that Virginia has its own unique terroir.
- Early Mountain primarily grows Bordeaux Varietals, but has a few plantings of Malvasia Bianca and Tannat.
- Petting your neighborhood outdoor cat.
- Outdoor fire pit drinking sessions.
- Beef jerky.