What is a Library Wine?
In 2014, we began setting aside four cases of our best dry varietal wines, each of that particular vintage year. Stored in the proper conditions (in a cool, dark place, arranged on their side), just for you, we have been saving four cases of each ever since!
How did we decide which wines to put in the Library?
There's a different and special reason for choosing a library wine – whether we had only created a limited supply or the wine sold out too quickly, it was immensely popular or it won a particularly notable award in its vintage year. Each wine is chosen for a unique reason.
Syrah in the Library
With a cork closure, this wine has benefited from time spent bottle aging. In general, red wines benefit the most from long term aging, as the tannins of the wine join together to form “long chains”. Those "long chains" are what smooths out the wine and gives it a silkier mouthfeel that only an aged red can have!
Upon tasting this wine from the library, we thoroughly enjoyed it and hope you do too – we only release 4 cases, so get it before it’s gone forever!