Dave Mathews is coming to concert on July 11 here in St. Louis -- pick up some of his wine to celebrate
A collaboration between acclaimed winemaker Steve Reeder and Dave Matthews
Steve Reeder was the winemaker for Kendall Jackson and Chateau St. Jean, and now is the winemaker for Simi Winery and The Dreaming Tree.
"When Steve Reeder and Dave Matthews first met, they realized they had a few things in common, like a passion for making wine at least as strong as their passion for drinking it.
They set out into wine country, looking for a way to make quality wines accessible to everyone. Along the way, they found inspiration in the down-to-earth characters and unforgettable flavors that give the region its rare kind of charm." - winery
Crush is in stock at Forsyth
Dave Mathews The Dreaming Tree Crush Red...$12.99
“For Crush, Dave and I hand-selected a special blend of our favorite varietals to create a red wine that pulls you in with notes of smoky berry and a pop of raspberry jam around the DInner table or out on the patio, it’s a wine you’re going to want to share with your favorIte people.” – Steve Reeder on his Dave Matthews wine collaboration
“I swallowed it before I put the glass down, there wasn’t any opportunity to spit.” – Dave, on the time-honored traditions of wine-tasting.
Cabernet is in at Forsyth, New Ballas and Ballwin
Dave Mathews The Dreaming Tree Cabernet Sauvignon...$12.99
“When you’re working with Dave, you want to make sure whatever you’re doing has soul. The rhythm of our North Coast Dreaming Tree Cabernet Sauvignon highlights classic aromas of blackberry, cherry and herbal notes wrapped by toasted vanilla. It’s an easy-drinking wine with a lot of character.”—Steve Reeder
Currently the Chardonnay is only in stock at our New Ballas location
Dave Mathews The Dreaming Tree Chardonnay...$12.99
“When I first met Dave, we talked about making a Chardonnay that captured the distinct citrus notes of the Central Coast. With its big fruit and loads of spice, we think this wine lives up to that promise. We hope you agree.” - Steve Reeder
- Lightweight bottles manufactured with clean-burning natural gas
- 100% recycled paper labels
- Black ink printing—no bleaching, reduced toxins and heavy metals
- Natural corks from sustainable farms