High Canyon Series


Aged 16 months in used French oak.


This small block of bush-trained Grenache sits at the pinnacle of the High Canyon portion of WeatherEye.

Winemaker’s Notes

Crystalline ruby garnet.

Wafts of fresh raspberries, Mediterranean citrus, desert herbs, gentian root, rubbed lavender.

Fine tannins laced through with dark fruit compote.

Hints of sunbaked stone.


Red Mountain


2024 - 2032

$85 / 750ml bottle

This vintage is now sold out.

Scores & Reviews



Even better, the 2020 Grenache WeatherEye Vineyard High Canyon just about jumps out of the glass with its kirsch liqueur, sappy herbs, white pepper, and floral aromas and flavors. Medium to full-bodied on the palate, with beautiful tannins and terrific balance, it’s drinking well today yet should benefit from just 2-3 years of bottle age and evolve for 10-15 years in cold cellars. This is 100% varietal aged all in neutral oak.

- Jeb Dunnuck



The 2020 Liminal Grenache is sourced from a .9-acre bush vine Grenache parcel at the top of the Northern slope on Red Mountain. This location produces very small, concentrated berries. The palate is rich and viscous with serious concentration and underlying finesse. The richness once on the mouth and its color is truly novel considering the varietal. Layers of bull's blood, iodine, white pepper, orange rind and generous red and dark fruits all parade on the palate. This is a very gratifying and heady wine that will easily cellar for another decade — but is nearly impossible to put down in its full-throttle youth. Give this an hour of air prior to savoring. Drink 2022-2034.

- Owen Bargreen



Aged 16 months in used French oak barrels, it displays a glistening neon ruby core with a blueish rim in the glass. Lovely notes of candied black cherry, red plum skin, pencil shavings, mountain sagebrush, iron ore, saline, and dried herbs, it delivers lush depth and structure on the palate that compliments the chewy tannins and citrusy acidity nicely. Still showing incredibly young, please give this a few years in the bottle before enjoying. Just 68 cases made. Highly recommended.

- Jeremy Young, International Wine Report



Sweetly perfumed and totally seductive, the 2020 Grenache High Canyon Series WeatherEye Vineyard, leaps from the glass with a mix of ripe strawberries, lavender and rubbed sage. It’s unapologetically ripe in style balanced by bright acidity, as a dense wave of ultra-ripe red and blue fruits cascades throughout. This leaves the palate stained in blue and purple-toned florals and confectionary spice, while finishing with admirable length. The 2020 Grenache is a hedonist’s delight.

- Eric Guido, Vinous