The only TOOL you need is WINE to enjoy Maynard James Keenan’s new album!
Why not drink Maynard’s wine while you listen!
Caduceus Cellars & Merkin Vineyards
Located High On Top Of Cleopatra Hill Between Prescott And Flagstaff Is The Historic Copper Mining Town Of Jerome, Arizona, Founded In 1876 It Was Once Known As The Wickedest Town In The West. All Of Our Wines Are Produced By MJ & Jen Keenan, And Tim White, From Our 110 Acres Of Estate Vineyards In Both The Verde Valley And Willcox, Arizona.
Caduceus Cellars is a winery in Jerome, Arizona, United States. It is owned by Maynard James Keenan, who is best known as the vocalist for Grammy Award-winning progressive metal band Tool. He is descended from Northern Italian winemakers. While the winery is named after caduceus, an ancient symbol for commerce and staff of the Greek god Hermes, the vineyard is named Merkin Vineyards, after a pubic wig (merkin).
Here some of the wines we carry from his vineyards:
Our ITALIAN Red Blend from the Buhl Memorial Vineyard, Willcox, in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County, AZ. Currently this bright acid driven Red is made from Italian clones, including but not limited to Sangiovese, Montepulciano, Dolcetto, Barbera. Recognize the difference. 4300 ft. elevation.
A blend of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, with a dash of Syrah, Petite Sirah. Formerly from Buhl Memorial Vineyard in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County, AZ. (2010 and 2014) As of 2015 This dense Meritage Red is from our Eliphante block in Cornville, AZ. Rich bold Red. Our Meat Eaters go to wine. 3350 ft. elevation.
Tempranillo from the Buhl Memorial Vineyard, Willcox, in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County. Spanish style red. A full bodied red that will benefit from some time in bottle. 4300 ft.
Chupacabra is our Shape Shifter Kitchen sink site Blend from the Buhl Memorial Vineyard, Willcox, in the Kansas Settlement of Cochise County, AZ. The blend changes slightly from year to year depending on where our Alchemistic inclinations lead us but is usually rooted in Grenache, Mourvédre, Syrah, and Petite Sirah. 4300 ft. elevation