WINES

Rhône inspired wines are a natural progression in American wine appreciation: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône.

grenache blanc "somerston vineyard"

With less than 30 tons harvested annually in the Napa Valley, we are fortunate to produce our Southern Rhône inspired white wine from this amazing property.

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Rosé "McGah Vineyard"

The Sonoma Cast Stone concrete egg makes the wine round; the acidity is expressed more as minerality rather than tartness.

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Rosé "Kick ranch vineyard"

White raspberry and citrus notes lead into fresh cucumber water with a touch of mint.  Low alcohol means this is a "porch pounder," especially on hot days at the pool or beach.

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SYRAH “HYDE VINEYARD”

This cool Carneros site allows for ripe flavors with a backbone of natural acidity and low alcohol. A Côte-Rôtie style blend distinct from our other offerings, comprising of only Syrah and Viognier.

94 points, Wine Spectator, April 2019

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Inaugural Release 3.19.19


Heritage "McGah Vineyard"

Strawberry rhubarb pie, wild raspberry, and baking spice aromas lead to a rounded, but intense palette. Fresh plum and fig compote are layered through the full, well-layered finish. The tannins are round and fine grained. Rich, supple, and generous mouthfeel.

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New Release 3.19.19


Home Run Cuvée "Kick Ranch Vineyard"

Kale hits it out of the park with this Southern Rhône inspired blend. Why the name you ask? Kale grew up in Sonoma County playing baseball at Rincon Valley Little League Park, a few hundred yards away from Kick Ranch Vineyard.

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Broken Axle "Stagecoach Vineyard"

With planting started in 1995, billions of pounds of volcanic rock were removed.  Heavy mining equipment is used to prepare the soil before planting.  There are behemoth dump trucks that have lived and died on the property inspiring the name “Broken Axle.”

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Syrah "Alder Springs Vineyard - Spirit Rock"

"It is a beautifully expressive wine from one of California’s top sites for growing Syrah."            

93 points, Purely Domestic Wine Report, Volume 3.2

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