Andrew Quady "Elysium" Black Muscat 2012

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Quick Overview

This is delicious dessert wine that doesn't cost the earth. It's made by sweet specialist Andrew Quady in California and has flavours of raisin and raspberry coulis.

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Andrew Quady "Elysium" Black Muscat 2012

Additional Information

Goes well with Cheeses, Chocolate
Country/Region USA, USA/California
Grape type Black Muscat
Drinking style Soft, round, elegant


Andrew and Laurel Quady left crowded southern California and their jobs in pyrotechnics and merchandising to pursue their dream: a non-urban way of life making wine. Returning to school, Andrew graduated with a Masters in Food Science-Enology from UC Davis and Laurel became a licensed CPA.

In 1975, at the urging of friend Darrell Corti, they made their first port from Amador County Zinfandel at the now defunct Lodi Vintners where Andrew was working as an assistant winemaker.

In 1977, settled in Madera in California’s Central Valley with Andrew working at Heublein, they built a small winery behind their country home and made port on evenings and weekends. In 1980 they decided to add a fortified white dessert wine to their line. The wine, from the obscure Orange Muscat grape variety was named Essensia and became a major success.

In 1983, opportunity knocked when they were offered a crop of Black Muscat grapes which became the first Elysium. With enthusiasm and dedication the winery continued to grow, developing more unique wines: Starboard (their euphemism for port), Electra (white and red) and VYA vermouth.

Free next day delivery in Ireland for orders of 12 bottles or spend of €150 when ordered before 1pm. Otherwise, just 7.50