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From one of the most rugged and remote sites, we work with comes a wine that expresses itself in a way you’d never expect.
From the tiniest grapes around comes a perennial favorite- a rich and powerful wine that retains a very focused core....
How special is this one? We’ve only made it three times in 20 years…
A stunning example of Pinot from a remote ridgetop vineyard in the far northern reaches of Sonoma County. Watch Video>>
One of the most distinctive wines we make- from a truly cold climate comes a wine with an aromatic profile that truly stands apart.
The aromatics are a wonderful mix of black cherries, red licorice, and very ripe strawberries. The mouthfeel is rich and expansive, and to call it “silky” only captures part of its appeal.
Expressive floral and spice notes reflect the more perfumed, lifted side of the Russian River Valley....
From a tiny vineyard that holds a big place in our hearts, comes a wine with a singularly distinct voice.
It took 8 vineyards, 15 different clones of Pinot and 17 separate blending trials to craft a blend we feel fully expresses the beauty of the Russian River Valley and the grace of the 2016 vintage.
Our Bucher Pinot usually has a real sense of serenity about it, and a tell-tale note of rose petal in the aromatics. The 2017 is no exception.
This wine always has a special place in our hearts as it’s the first vineyard from which we ever made a Pinot. Known for its plush mouthfeel and red fruit aromatics, SaraLee’s is a wine that is charming young, and gains weight as it ages.
A blend of two vineyards- one at the top of Sonoma Mountain and one at the base, that offer completely different and delicious perspectives....The 2016 was a bit of a sleeper- people were initially surprised by the acidity, but it has become an absolute favorite in the tasting room. The 2017 carries the same wiry intensity from Dry Stack, with the richness of Steiner. Really delicious and age-worthy.