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Adam Lee and Moret Brealynn are style mavens when it comes to this varietal
A wine that is reflective of the vintage - concentrated and silky
Sage covered cherries and cinnamon- and coriander dusted red currants wash over the tongue in a liquid caress with bright acidity and vibrant earth tones. Mocha goes on a midpalate mission, enhancing rose petals and red cherries before white pepper surprises on the finish. Its taste of soil is Burgundian.
A blend from various vineyards throughout the Central Coast of California, with a portion of proceeds benefitting animal shelters
Displays fresh light, raspberry fruit aromas and is nicely balanced with soft round tannins and a medium finish.
This wine offers up a pretty, ripe nose of red and black cherries, pomegranate, Central Coast fresh herb tones, dark soil elements and a touch of pepper in the upper register.
Medium in body, the tannins offer palpable chew while the acid starts broad and builds to a fine point.
Single Vineyard wine made with 100% new French Oak, aged for 10 months from RRV
The wine is deep, full bodied and rock solid at the core, with fine soil signature, ripe, firm tannins, good acids and impressive focus and grip on the long, nascently complex and very promising finish.
100% muscadelle from 120 year old vines in Sonoma Valley
Rosé of Pinot Noir from two vineyards in the Santa Lucia Highlands
Rosé of Pinot Noir from two vineyards - Santa Lucia Highlands and Russian River Valley
Taut and sharply focused, offering fresh cherry, redcurrant, and tangerine flavors that unfurl slowly through the back half
Two Green Valley vineyards with 60% new French Oak, 30% whole cluster
A very stylish blend of black cherries, sweet dark berries, woodsmoke, a good base of soil, black tea and a nice foundation of spicy new oak.