Antica Terra Syrah Coriolis Eola-Amity Hills 2018
Syrah Blends | US
CORIOLIS is the rare “second label” from rockstar Maggie Harrison, former assistant winemaker at the legendary Sine Qua Non and genius behind her winery, Antica Terra. This is typically available ONLY in Oregon, and only if you know someone on the inside. We do… and managed to score an epic deal on this deep and powerful syrah – 50% OFF!
Coriolis is the gorgeous, far more affordable second wine (especially today at a whopping 50% OFF!), and it’s simply fantastic for all lovers of BIG, rich, heady, and inky wines. Meaty, savory, and loaded with tons of blackberries, blueberries, coffee beans, white sage, and crushed granite rocks…this is made in the culty, hedonistic style – at a price that is simply unreal! Just a sensational buy that is truly rare to see even offered at retail.
The Antica Terra project was established in 2005 when three friends stumbled upon a piece of land that was something they had never experienced before. It could have been the subtle, tranquil ocean breeze, or the fossilized oysters hiding among the boulders, but they knew they found something special. With Maggie moving up to Oregon to head up winemaking, it was game on! Today, it’s one of the hottest wineries anywhere! If you haven’t tried this yet, and you’re curious to see what the fuss is all about when it comes to uber-cult wines like Sine Qua Non…this is something you simply can’t miss!
About the Producer
The Antica Terra project was established in 2005 with Scott Adelson, John Mavredakis, Michael Kramer and winemaker Maggie Harrison (former assistant winemaker at Sine Qua Non) It all began with three friends sharing a common dream of starting a winery. They stumbled upon a piece of land that was something they had never experienced before. It could have been the subtle, tranquil ocean breeze, or the fossilized oysters hiding among the boulders. They knew they found something special. They then asked Maggie Harrison to be the winemaker, and at that point she was living in Santa Barbara working as the assistant winemaker at Sine Qua Non and beginning her side syrah project called Lillian. Once she saw the land from which the vines were growing from she agreed to move out to Oregon with her family because she couldn't say no to this incredible opportunity!
- WinemakerMaggie Harrison
- AppellationEola-Amity Hills
- Farming MethodCertified Organic