Terry County sits in the Texas High Plains AVA at an elevation of 3100 to 3600 feet. Averaging 16 inches of rainfall, with low humidity and red sandy-loam soils, it's an ideal area to farm vines. This Mourvédre from Lost Draw Vineyards was fermented in tank, with 90 days of skin contact, then aged for 18 months in oak puncheons.
Smooth and sultry, this 100% Mourvèdre offers body and texture. We are met with aromatics of dried figs and plums, a little sun-baked earth and green olives, while the palate finishes with a kick of cayenne pepper and fresh-cut cigar. A perfect wine for the holidays! Pair with roasted meats such as turkey, pork, lamb, rosemary potatoes, and brussel sprouts.