Estate fruit, new oak, and Jeff Ames’ knowing hand guides this mountain wine to tremendous heights. Lush and overflowing with fruit, each sip offers a seamless slide down velvety richness and rivers of cassis, raspberry and dark cherry. Solidly built as always and taking full advantage of 2018’s near perfect growing season, Jeff delivers another bold and spicy expression of Anthem’s impressive Mt. Veeder estate.
Richly fruity, with a deep well of boysenberry, fig and blackberry compote notes that won't quit, pumping along while licorice, fruitcake and ganache notes fill in. This has a roasted apple wood frame and a late tug of cast iron, which keep it all grounded.