“All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost”
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2013 Michael Gill Cellars Viognier– $38
Gold Medal— 2015 Dallas Morning News/ Texas International Wine Competition
Gold Medal—2015 Taster’s International Wine Competition
Emerald straw color. Delicate, fruity, floral aromas of peach cobbler, dried apricot, and nougat with a silky, bright, fruity medium body and a seamless, engaging, medium-long caramel apple and delicate spice finish with fine, fruit tannins and light oak. A great lively marriage of fruit and delicate oak tones.
– 38 cases produced
2014 Michael Gill Cellars Vermentino – $40
Gold Medal— 2015 Taster’s International Competition
Gold Medal—2016 Florida International Wine Competition
Emerald straw color. Delicate, nutty aromas of lemon creme brulee and praline with a supple, vibrant, dry-yet-fruity medium body and a sleek, intriguing, medium-length yellow apple, vanilla cream, and spice finish with silky tannins and moderate oak. A very smooth and tasty white wine.
– 40 cases produced
2013 Michael Gill Cellars “Black Tie” Alicante Bouchet — $45
Gold Medal— 2015 Taster’s International
Gold Medal— 2016 Florida International Wine Competition
Bright medium dusty ruby color. Lively, fruity, funky oaky earthy aromas of raisinettes, tree bark, huckleberries, and toasted embers with an lively, dry full body and a warming, captivating, buoyant finish with grippy, firm, barky tannins and moderate oak.
– 89 cases produced
2014 Michael Gill Cellars Il Elione Zinfandel – $42
Gold Medal Winner— 2015 Taster’s International Competition
Gold Medal, Best of Class—2016 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition
Delightful jammy, fruity, and savory aromas of spicy black raspberries, freshly turned earth, mocha chocolate, and black pepper dance in a wonderfully choreographed waltz in this bright garnet colored zinfandel. The supple, dry-yet-fruity full body of this wine has a medium-long finish and is delightful when paired with a myriad of epicurean delights from a delectable filet mignon to the most decadent of dark chocolate desserts.
– 44 cases produced
2013 Michael Gill Cellars Tempranillo Tantrum– $42
Gold Medal— 2015 Pacific Rim International Wine Competition
Best of Class, Best of Red Wines— 2015Jerry Mead’s New World International Wine Competition
Dark black garnet color. Jammy, fruity confected aromas of black raspberry, red velvet icing, candied violets, and spiced vanilla jam with a chewy, shy, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a warming, complex, long dried cherry, black raspberry confection, vanilla bean, and black licorice finish with silky tannins and heavy oak. Dark, confectionary shop on the nose brings to mind berry, violet and mocha pasteries that leads to an over the top, dark, jammy, briary palate with soft tannins and a fruit chewy finish.
– 109 cases produced
2013 Michael Gill Cellars Big Rock Syrah – $42
Silver Medal—2015 Taster’s International Wine Competition
Bright medium black ruby color. Delicate, fruity aromas of dried blueberries and cherries, melted toffee, delicate spice, and double mint gum with a soft, crisp, dry-yet-fruity medium-full body and a tingling, medium-long creamy vanilla, cedar, and peppercorns finish with crunchy, dusty tannins and moderate oak. An attractively juicy, chewy syrah that will be quite versatile.
– 210 cases produced
2011 Tuxedo Syrah– $65
Double Gold, Best of Show— 2014 Denver International Wine Competition Gold Medal, Chairman’s Award— 2014 Orange Wine Competition
From a vineyard that yielded two bottles for every three vines in 2011, this elegant wine has intense boysenberry driven flavors coupled with nuances of black pepper, cardamom, vanilla cola, and black licorice. A cheese aficionado could imagine a tease of mascarpone working its way throughout the tasting experience. This beguiling wine would pair famously with prime rib roast or other hearty dishes. Best to decant and allow to breathe prior to serving
– 141 cases produced Unfiltered; best to decant