Emercy Wines  2019 66% Syrah, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Petite Sirah


50% Grenache 40% Petite Sirah 10% Syrah

More iron, sappy herbs, pepper, and bloody blue fruits emerge from the 2019 Grenache/Petite Sirah/Syrah, a Cornas look-alike that’s full-bodied, has notable freshness and purity, and nicely integrated tannins. Based on 50% Grenache, 40% Petite Sirah, and 10% Syrah, I love its overall balance and would happily drink a bottle any time over the coming decade or so.
– 94 pts Jeb Dunnuck

Emercy Wines  2019 52% Grenache, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, 6% Petite Sirah


52% Grenache 42% Cabernet Sauvignon 6% Petite Sirah

Just a ripe, sexy, pure, beautiful wine in every aspect, the 2019 Grenache/Cabernet Sauvignon/Petite Sirah offers up a terrific core of kirsch and blackberry fruits as well as pepper, herbes de Provence, and spice. Full-bodied, ripe, yet still balanced and polished. The blend is 52% Grenache, 42% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 6% Petit Verdot, aged 18 months in 60% new barrels, from sites in Santa Barbara County.
-95pts Jeb Dunnuck


Emercy Wines  2019 50% Grenache, 40% Petite Sirah, 10% Syrah


66% Syrah 24% Cabernet Sauvignon 10% Petite Sirah  

Soft, supple, upfront style that will certainly make you sit up and say wow. Ground pepper, orange zest, blueberries, ground pepper, and some mineral/reductive notes all define the bouquet, and it brings richness with no sensation of weight or heaviness.
-96pts Jeb Dunnuck

Emercy Wines  2019 54% Syrah, 35% Graciano, 11% Cabernet Sauvignon


54% Syrah 35% Graciano 11% Cabernet Sauvignon  

Dried red fruits, blackberry, and smoked meats present clearly behind a bouquet of fresh cut violets. Rich Oak, forest floor, and soil emerge on the mid-palate of this deeply ruby hued wine. Based on 52% cool climate Syrah, 35% Graciano, and 11% Cabernet Sauvignon, comprised of fruit from both Paso Robles and Santa Barbara 

Emercy Wines  2019 100% Roussanne


100% Roussanne

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Emercy Wines  2019 Fulldraw - 66% Graciano, 34% Syrah


66% Graciano 34% Syrah  

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2019 cabernet sauvignon

100% Cabernet Sauvignon  

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At Emercy, we strive to obtain access to the most highly sought-after vineyards on the Central Coast of California. These vineyards each have their own unique terroir, which create a diverse combination of flavors and characteristics in each wine we produce. We all share a commitment to organic and sustainable farming and an absolute drive for quality. These vineyards shape our vintage and bless us with the beautiful wines we hope you all enjoy. 

Willow Creek District – Paso Robles​

One of my favorite vineyards on the Central Coast, owned and farmed by Connor and Rebecca McMahon. I first met Connor at Booker Vineyard, where we scoured the hillsides, sweat drenched, changing irrigation valves and hoeing weeds together. “The good ole days.” Full Draw is located next to Booker Vineyard. At Booker, I had the amazing opportunity to physically work and have my hands in the soil that both the Booker and Full Draw vineyards sit atop. I know the fruit quality outcome when those sites are farmed correctly, it’s like no other place on earth. The pure balance Full Draw gives is a delight to work with and I thank Connor and Rebecca McMahon for their labor of love. Full Draw is located in the Willow Creek District and very near the Templeton Gap which is heavily influenced by the cooling winds of the oceanic climate that is to the west. That diurnal temperature swing ensures that the grapes ripen optimally while maintaining acidity. The terroir is spackled with broken limestone and shale which result in low grape yields, which intensifies the concertation and flavors of the grape. We currently source Syrah Grenache, Graciano and Carignan. 


Willow Creek District – Paso Robles

Bill Gibbs, owner of G2 Vineyard, had a dream – he wanted to produce some of the BEST fruit possible and he achieved that goal. G2 sits not too far from Full Draw, just a little further south off 46 West. Bill strives for greatness out at G2 and he has handpicked his roster of winemakers that have the ability to work with the fruit he preciously grows. We are honored to be amongst the few that source from G2 Vineyard. The blocks at G2 are among the steepest slopes being farmed in Paso Robles, with some rows the only direction is down because the tractor will reach its tipping point. It is this steepness that lead to the name, G2, that and it’s also a sister mountain to the famous K2 peak in Asia. The terroir at G2 consists of exposed rocky shale soil, one of the defining traits out on the Westside of Paso Robles, allowing the achievement of perfect ripeness without sacrificing acid. Irrigation is minimized, organic and sustainable practices applied. We currently source Mourvèdre, Syrah and Zinfandel. 

BIEN NACIDO – Santa Maria Valley  

I made my first couple of vintages in the back of Herman Story, circa 2012-2013. If it wasn’t for Russell and Vailia  From, I might have never made wine, let alone source from Bien Nacido Vineyards. I’m very grateful for my experience and the Froms’ willingness to help me achieve my dream. The Bien Nacido Syrah they made was etched in my memory and I had to get my hands on some. After a short waiting list, I still remember the day I got my first acre of Syrah. Bien Nacido Vineyard is an hour south of Paso Robles off the 101. Its fruit has been producing some of the best wines in the world for 30 years Bien Nacido Vineyard boasts one of the longest growing seasons in the state which allows the fruit to fully ripen with a slow manner. These growing days include foggy mornings, warm afternoons and cool nights, the perfect home for grapes. Elder and Chamise shaly loams with Pleasanton sandy loam. The vineyard has a great diversity of soils containing limestone, shale, uplifted marine volcanics and loam. Owned with great pride by the Miller Family, who happens to be a fifth generation California farming family, can trace the history of this land back to 1837. We currently source Clone 4 Chardonnay and Clone 667 for the Pinot Noir.


Willow Creek District – Paso Robles

If it wasn’t for Anthony Yount (The Royal NoneSuch) introducing me to Kent (Owner of Crack Creek) vineyard, we might have never connected. Thanks Anthony! A unique site, being only 3 acres and a stone’s throw away from G2 Vineyard. Nicknamed Crack Creek because of the former behavioral habits that used to rummage the property. We currently source Zinfandel and Grenache from the estate, but they have recently planted Mourvèdre  and Syrah for us as well. The Zinfandel primarily gets utilized by our sister brand, Ladrón Cellars out of Denver, Colorado. The soil consists of exposed rocky shale and limestone which helps retain the acidity and lowering the yields. We take the whole 3 acres and have built a strong relationship with Kent and his wife, who are some of the sweetest people I’ve had the privilege to meet.