McBride Sisters Collection Legacy

McBride Sisters Collection Legacy Grenache, Syrah, Mourvedre, 2019

Soft and strong. Bright and intense.  Composed of Grenache, Syrah, and Mourvedre is a structured blend, balancing flavors and textures that never cease to outperform expectations

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  • Wine Details

    Unearth the next chapter in the history of winemaking. One rich with knowledge and heritage. And a tale to tell on behalf of nature and the elements she sows. Ripe to be discovered. Transformed to be bottled. Uncorked to reveal her secrets. Poured amongst those we love to build upon a story that transcends generations. McBride Sisters Collection Legacy is a defining moment in wine. One that pairs the unconventional with the unforgettably delicious. Our story with yours.

    Where there is a will, there is a way.
    The rest is Legacy.

  • Tasting Notes

    With a striking deep ruby color and  a translucent magenta rim, this wine's aroma shows a melange of rainier cherry, ripe raspberry, and juicy pomegranate. Cool-climate Syrah brings a white pepper spice and botanical notes reminiscent of Herbes de Provence. There is a subtle hint of dried orange peel and lush fruit in the mouth. Soft tannin, supple with bottle age, leads to a long, fruit-driven finish with earthy undertones.

  • Food Pairing

    Pairs beautifully with classic French dishes like steak au poivre, cassoulet, or a hearty Thanksgiving dinner.

  • Appelation

    Situated entirely inside San Luis Obispo County, Edna Valley traverses the landscape from the Pacific Ocean to the west to the Santa Lucia mountains to the east. Long known for its suitability for the Burgundian varietals Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, Edna Valley has garnered recent acclaim for growing some of the most concentrated and focused Syrahs and Grenaches.

    Cool temperatures throughout the summer mean that fruit hangs well into Autumn before harvest, gaining unparalleled flavor intensity. Edna Valley's soil ranges from sandy (nearer the coast) to volcanic (in the hills) and is rich in organic materials

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