Have you ever woken up at the lake to see the water perfectly still as the sun rose? That is a beautiful feeling and the water looks as smooth as glass, right?
Now imagine you are a winemaker that crafted a wine blend that was as lovely and smooth as that early morning lake feeling, would Morning Glass be the perfect name for that wine? Yes! This level of careful craftsmanship is what Chuck McKahn and his family have poured into their enjoyable smooth red blend wine Morning Glass.
What is their red blend comprised of?
Truly the simple answer to this is their family’s “Award Winning Wines.”
Essentially, the McKahn Family’s Morning Glass wine is composed of their Grenache, Petite Sirah and a splash of Mourvèdre. Their Petite Sirah earned “Double Gold” and their Grenache was awarded “Silver” in San Francisco Chronicle’s International Wine Competition this February.
Little surprise that a blend with these wines has already won a Silver Medal earlier this year in its first San Francisco Chronicle’s International Wine Competition, right?
What others are saying?
Stacy Briscoe is a San Francisco Bay Area-based professional wine writer and wine industry reporter for Wine Business Monthly and have contributed as a freelance wine writer to the SF Chronicle, Edible Communities, and Napa Sonoma Magazine among several others. She has reviewed McKahn’s Morning Glass.
She begins her review with ” … I’ll say straight-away, this bottle far exceeded my expectations in regards to expression of the fruit and just pure winemaking talent.”
Proud of Wines We Pour
It is readily apparent that our CKJY Exports team has many reasons to be proud of the wines we pour to potential overseas clients. We represent quality winemakers and wineries. Morning Glass by McKahn Family Cellars is one example of this and why we are excited to share these lovely wines with wine lovers around the world.
Please contact our CKJY Exports team if you are interested in importing beautiful quality West Coast wines at email@example.com.
Learn More about McKahn Family Cellars
- Inside Wine World from a Winemaker’s Perspective – Chuck McKahn
- Visit their winery site – McKahn Family Cellars