Myriad Cellars

707-967-9633 PO Box 2016
St Helena, CA 94574
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Mike started his winemaking career under the direction of Thomas Brown in 2001. Traveling from Portland Oregon, Mike worked each crush "free of charge" to learn his craft. Following his 3rd harvest, Mike accepted a full-time assistant position from Thomas and moved his family to St. Helena. Today, Mike continues to work with Thomas on several labels( i.e. Schrader, Rivers-Marie, Maybach & Tamber Bey.) The Myriad wines are custom crushed along side these greats...showcasing Mike's talents and stylistic "purist" approach to winemaking. – Description from Dragac

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  • Cabernet Sauvignon

    “King of the Red Wine Grapes.” The colonizer of the vineyards, pushing native wine grapes into its shadows. The Caber...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Petit Verdot

    History of the grape: It is thought Petit Verdot (“little green one”) predates Cabernet Sauvignon in Bordeaux, as far...

  • Sémillon

    History of the grape: Little is documented about the early years of this grape, which is surprising due to its distin...

  • Pinot Noir

    “With so voluptuous a perfume, so sweet an edge, they make the blood run hot,” Joel Fleischman, wine columnist at Van...

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  • Based on your preference  i would suggest:HealdsburgRidge - not small distribution but not to be missed.Bella - Zin, zin and more zinMauritson - I'll let Foxall gush about Clays wines.Holdredge - John is a kick if he is available. Full bodied PN,Armida - Nice location on Westside Rd, great views, interesting winesNapa - you have a good list but ... Read More

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  • Hi everyone.  This is my first post on the boards.  My wife and I are doing a long weekend in Healdsburg (Jan 15-17) and Yountville (Jan 17-19) over MLK weekend and were looking for some recommendations on wineries to visit.  We tend to like more full bodied red wines, but are open to other wines as well. We are from New York and want to focus o... Read More

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  • It's interesting that a few new topics have popped up recently (Experiencing Cabernet Franc for one) and that my wife Sandra just today handed me an article by Dave McIntyre she cut out of a Washington Post newspaper dated 25 March 2015.  I'm starting this new topic based on this article "The wine cost four digits.  And the taste?" regarding the... Read More

    Forum post in the topic High End Cabernet Sauvignon


  • I've been anxious to try some Windy Oaks NG I'm noticing a lot of people drinking it on Delectable and raving. One of these days!I've been busy the past few weeks helping out at the winery during harvest either on the production side or doing private tastings for Ancillary, Myriad and Carter. It afforded my the opportunity to share in some reall... Read More

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  • This weekend is the Taste of Sonoma/Wine Country Weekend in Sonoma County with events we like to attend and have for the last 5 years or so. This year no tickets :-( but I still got to have a wine related day yesterday.Started out in the AM sampling fruit with my buddy Mike. We started out at Old Lakeville Vineyard in the Petaluma Gap checking o... Read More

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  •  I was going to suggest that you go to the Halcon Vineyards, Myriad Cellars and Bedrock WIne Co, websites and get on their mailing lists, Randy.  That is the best way to obtain these. (That's how I get them down here in the California deep south.)  However, I see that Kentucky does not allow consumers to accept deliveries from wineries.  So, unl... Read More

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  • A Myriad Hacon? Wherever did you hear that? It was a done deal after the Syrah ... go to the Halcon Vineyards, Myriad Cellars and Bedrock WIne Co, websites and get on their mailing lists, Randy.  That is the best way to obtain these. (That's how I get them down here in the California deep south.)  However, I see that Kentucky does not allow co... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?


  • Myriad Semillon Mcgah Family Vineyard Napa Valley 2014

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    Pale yellow in the glass. Flowery/fruity noseorange blossoms/melon. Quite light on the tongueinitial flavor sensation is honeydew melon. Some sweetness towards the back of the tongue. Also a bit of steely bitterness. Light acid touch but, still, refreshing crispness. Read More

    Wine review by EMark


  • Sorry to be morbid, but what’s your ‘death bed’ wine; the last glass you’ll taste in this life? Mine’s Puligny-Montrachet, the famous but expensive white Burgundian. The big price tag is no hassle if it’s your final pleasure but on a Wednesday evening? Yep, that may be a problem! “But is it possible to buy good value White Burgundy?”, a friend a... Read More

    From the article There is Value in White Burgundy


  • Hi guys, it's me again... crazy Brazilian-New Yorker chick asking for advice on wine travel...So I will have 4 full days in the area (May 14-17) and wanted to pick your brains for anything amazing and cost-beneficial you can come up with (except for hotels, I could care less about where I stay, all money goes to wine!).For timing reasons, my mai... Read More

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