Gentle tropical aromas are balanced by stainless-, concrete- and barrel-fermented juice, resulting in a rich mouthfeel and texture.
Along the outskirts of Sonoma County, on a slope facing the San Pablo Bay, lies a family vineyard where the foggy, breezy location is ideal for Pinot Noir.
Judge's Selection & Gold Award, TEXSOM International Wine Competition! This seductive wine reveals the intensity of its 65+-year-old fruit source.
Pickberry Vineyard sprawls over 30 rolling acres on the northeast slope of Sonoma Mountain. Planted in the 1980s to volcanic soil, the vines are subject to balmy days and cool nights. Comprised of 100% Merlot, this wine features bright notes of black cherry, chocolate and hint of anise, along with a lively acidity that makes the wine especially enticing.
Sourced from a rocky hillside block just at the fog line (elevation 1000 feet) the fruit ripens slowly in the coastal air. As a result, this wine imparts a distinctive earthiness that is characteristic of Northern Rhône Syrah.
Gold Medal, SF Chronicle Wine Competition! The 2014 vintage offers a mélange of dried cherry, tobacco, and cocoa that unite amid luxuriously soft tannins.
Library Wine Limited Release: This Cabernet Sauvignon derives from the sunny, mild Sonoma Valley. Striking serrano pepper and cherry flavors mingle amid a soft tannic structure.