By Bruce Neyers
Friday 3rd November, 2023
An Objective Look at the Neyers ÂME Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon
Recently, a colleague of mine, Chris Conrad from The Martignetti Group in Boston and New England, sent us this photograph of a perfectly grilled steak next to a decanted bottle of Neyers 2013 ÂME Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon. His text contained a message that was simply overwhelming:
‘Bruce – This wine is just beautiful.’
We are sold out of the 2013 ÂME Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, but we have younger vintages available. See for yourself just how beautiful it is.
The ideal match. Chris Conrad of The Martignetti Group serves a perfectly grilled steak with a freshly decanted bottle of Neyers 2013 ÂME Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon.
Photo courtesy of Chris Conrad. Wine courtesy of Tadeo Borchardt.
These vines in our ÂME Vineyard were planted by David Abreu in 1998. The soil is rocky and shallow, the yields are low, and the flavors are just dazzling. The 2019 has become a favorite of mine. It’s rich, soft, and complex. Photo by Elizabeth Neyers Mix.
ÂME Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon
Looking northeast, across the top of the unilateral-cordon-trained vines, towards the top of the Knoll, about 1000 feet elevation. David Abreu spent almost three years developing this vineyard. Photo by Elizabeth Neyers Mix.