Leviathan captures the essence of a New World winemakers freedom to create a wine that’s unrestricted of appellations or varietals. The fundamental goal of this project is to showcase the best characteristics of the vintage by combining ideal percentages of Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Merlot, and Cabernet Franc from some of the most coveted vineyards in California.  The wine was authored by Andy Erickson who made Screaming Eagle from 2005-2010 producing two perfect 100 Point Wines along the way.  The wine embodies a monstrous core of mystical black and red fruits layered into a flashy and inspiring red blend, and Antonio Galloni alerts his readers: “At $40 a bottle, the appropriately named Leviathan is one of the best values in California.” I absolutely agree…

The 2017 vintage was built around a core of Cabernet Sauvignon sourced from high-elevation vineyards in the Red Hills and from the backside of Mount Veeder in Sonoma, and was enhanced with Syrah, Cabernet Franc and Merlot.  With aromatics as compelling as a mythical Leviathan, the 2017 surges from the deep with an indomitable cascade of crushed dark fruits, black chocolates, pipe tobacco, blue violets and wild spices.  At $39.99/btl, you may want to secure a case or two before this mythical beast vanishes…

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Winery Notes, “Seductive black cherry, blackberry and currant fruits laced with cocoa nib, sweet baking spices and cigar box with silky texture and a long, savory finish.”

★  Andy Erickson Winemaker…