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Evans² 2019

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Wine Specs
Texas High Plains
Harvest Date
August 20, 2019
19 months in French and American oak
Bottling Date
April 2, 2021
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Wine Profile
Tasting Notes
Decadently dark in color, Evans² does not disappoint. It is abundant with aromas of blackberries, ripe cherries, vanilla with just a hint of herb garden. The cherry and vanilla flavors are front and center accompanied by plum with silky tannins. Full bodied with a prolonged finish, this wine is truly a product of passion for all things wine.
Vineyard Notes
90% Cabernet Sauvignon Sprayberry Vinyards Midland, TX 10% Petit Verdot Sprayberry Vinyards Midland, TX
Winemaker Notes
There are many reasons why a winemaker may choose to blend different grape varietals together. Sometimes the winemaker is looking for specific color, bouquet, or flavor that can only be achieved by blending. Evans² is the blending of not only wine but two men’s passions for grape growing and winemaking: Dusty Evans (Owner of Sprayberry Vineyards) and Jim Evans (Winemaker at Lost Oak Winery). For every bottle purchased, $5.00 goes back to the Wine Society of Texas Scholarship program, awarding scholarships to those interested continued education in Texas wine.
Food Pairing Notes
Pair with brisket nachos, jalapeno sausage with wild rice, classic spaghetti and meatballs, French onion soup or dark chocolate with sea salt.

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Scott Weaver
(May 3, 2022 at 8:30 AM)
Tasting notes on the site are spot on - just to note that this is a very flavorful wine with great mouthfeel. First tasted it at the Texas Wine Auction in Fredericksburg and decided to travel to Burleson to pick up a case!

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