Dirty & Rowdy Familiar California Mourvedre 2015

9.179 ratings on Delectable
$32.99

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Ratings on Delectable

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Second time trying this bottling and the extra year definitely helped. Perfect serving temperature by using the Kelvin K2 Wine Thermometer, really made a big difference. Light to medium garnet red. Beautiful nose with notes of lilacs, spices, red berries and twigs. Medium tannins (5/10) and solid acidity. Light plus to medium bodied. Crushed floral notes on the palate with a touch of earthiness, dried cherries, raspberries, herbal notes, strawberries and rhubarb. Long finish. Drink till 2022.

Second time trying this bottling and the extra year definitely helped. Perfect serving temperature by using the Kelvin K2 Wine Thermometer, really made a big difference. Light to medium garnet red. Beautiful nose with notes of lilacs, spices, red berries and twigs. Medium tannins (5/10) and solid acidity. Light plus to medium bodied. Crushed floral notes on the palate with a touch of earthiness, dried cherries, raspberries, herbal notes, strawberries and rhubarb. Long finish. Drink till 2022.

9.1

Erik Nordman

Dirty and Rowdy does it again! The most recent vintage of one of my favorite chuggable, juicy table reds. Southern France by way of California, vin de soif style. Best with a slight chill, IMO. Ripe bing cherry and strawberry, rhubarb, red apple skin, anise, white pepper, and a bit of funky crushed gravel minerality. A touch of VA but it adds more than it detracts; just enough to provide a bit of aromatic lift. Medium (+) acid, medium (-) body, medium (-) fine tannic character. Killer with a Blue Door Pub Blucy bacon burger. Great wine for beef while still being nimble and light on its feet. I love Dirty and Rowdy; great wines from some genuine, passionate people.

Dirty and Rowdy does it again! The most recent vintage of one of my favorite chuggable, juicy table reds. Southern France by way of California, vin de soif style. Best with a slight chill, IMO. Ripe bing cherry and strawberry, rhubarb, red apple skin, anise, white pepper, and a bit of funky crushed gravel minerality. A touch of VA but it adds more than it detracts; just enough to provide a bit of aromatic lift. Medium (+) acid, medium (-) body, medium (-) fine tannic character. Killer with a Blue Door Pub Blucy bacon burger. Great wine for beef while still being nimble and light on its feet. I love Dirty and Rowdy; great wines from some genuine, passionate people.

9.1

Mark Morgan Delectable Pro

When the 'entry level' is this good...

When the 'entry level' is this good...

9.1

Jeremy Shanker Delectable Pro

Sommelier at RN74

My new house red

My new house red

9.0

Greg Ballington Delectable Pro

Co-Founder of Millennial Drinkers Wine Blog

Second vintage of the FAMILIAR Mourvedre we have tried. Wine is a garnet red with a slight purplish hue with a moderate intensity. Lovely nose starting off a bit smokey with some raspberries and purple floral notes. Some cherry cola undertones that is very fresh and inviting. Day two this wine showed some dried herbs, flowers and smoked berries. Moderate tannins with a moderate plus acidity and light bodied. Palate started off with some unripe strawberries and some savory herbs. Definitely some dark unripe berries too, perfect for a hot summer day. Good texture and refreshing. Long and lingering finish that keeps changing. Drink till 2018.

Second vintage of the FAMILIAR Mourvedre we have tried. Wine is a garnet red with a slight purplish hue with a moderate intensity. Lovely nose starting off a bit smokey with some raspberries and purple floral notes. Some cherry cola undertones that is very fresh and inviting. Day two this wine showed some dried herbs, flowers and smoked berries. Moderate tannins with a moderate plus acidity and light bodied. Palate started off with some unripe strawberries and some savory herbs. Definitely some dark unripe berries too, perfect for a hot summer day. Good texture and refreshing. Long and lingering finish that keeps changing. Drink till 2018.

8.8

Mason Balistreri Delectable Pro

Sommelier, International Wine Guild; Balistreri Vineyard; Sales, Joy Wine and Spirits

Very aromatic and intense with orange peel, raspberries and some rocky minerality too. Big, full bodied but high acidity. As a person who gets excited about Old Vine Zin, this is different but exists in that same realm. Really cool wine!

Very aromatic and intense with orange peel, raspberries and some rocky minerality too. Big, full bodied but high acidity. As a person who gets excited about Old Vine Zin, this is different but exists in that same realm. Really cool wine!

9.2

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

Juicy funky fresh cherry pomegranate peach. And a little earth. Best after a couple hours in the decanter.

Juicy funky fresh cherry pomegranate peach. And a little earth. Best after a couple hours in the decanter.

9.1

Ben Brenner Delectable Pro

#fresh

#fresh

9.3

Alison Story Delectable Pro

TexaCali Ali - Owner of www.texacaliwine.com & Co-Owner of the upcoming www.smithstorywinecellars.com

pure magic

pure magic

9.5

Marc Stubblefield Delectable Pro

Wine Sales at Vino Carta and Kogod Wine Merchant

Sometimes you reach for the '14, but you grab the '15. Well, ok. Juicy and a little bit wild, needs a little time in the cellar and a little time in the decanter.

Sometimes you reach for the '14, but you grab the '15. Well, ok. Juicy and a little bit wild, needs a little time in the cellar and a little time in the decanter.

9.1

Location

  • 2 New Montgomery St.
    San Francisco, CA 94105

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    Sunday: 11am-7pm