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Early Mountain

Madison • The United States of America

weingueter.jpgPhoto: Deutsches Weininstitut
Barrique cellar in a German winery

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The rating of the wine reflects the mean value from a tasting by our jury.
The wine was evaluated in a blind tasting.
The wine was tasted as a barrel sample or before an official test number (Amtliche Prüfungsnummer or Staatliche Prüfnummer) was issued.
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Early Mountain

6109 Wolftown Hood Road
Madison VA 22727
The United States of America
Phone: +1 540 948-9005
Internet: www.earlymountain.com
E‑mail: cheers@earlymountain.com

WinereddryMerlotPetit Verdot

2021 “Eluvium”

The United States of America


14.3 % alcohol


Tasted on 24 March 2024 by Werner Elflein

Cuvée made from 78 % Merlot and 22 % Petit Verdot. Opaque black-red. Concentrated bouquet of blackberry and other black berries, characterized by dark roasted aromas. Still a little lactic. On the palate, the fruit is still clearly coated in fine-grained and sandy tannins. Powerful body, enormous density. Very long and persistent. The “Eluvium” is absolutely not intended for early consumption. It makes a promise for the future and should fulfill this promise after ten years at the earliest, probably even much later. It is currently still closed and needs a lot of air. Anyone who cannot or does not want to wait (which would be a shame) should definitely reach for the Ovarius decanter. A great interpretation of Bordeaux.