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2013 Margo Pinot Noir

Price: $36.00

Lifted, high-toned floral and red cherry aromatics mixed with clove, cinnamon, graphite, and hints of barrel toast, tobacco leaf, and citrus combine in this exceptionally fragrant Pinot Noir.  Forward and juicy on the palate with a soft mouthfeel, this medium bodied effort exhibits delicate, nuanced flavors of cherry, plum, and lightly toasted brioche.  Supported nicely by a lithe frame of fine tannin and modest acidity, we anticipate this very approachable wine to continue to flesh out and develop over the next four to six years.  

2011 Adriane Pinot Noir

Price: $58.00

The 2011 Adriane exhibits a deep red color with focused aromatics of red cherry, forest floor, citrus, sandalwood, cinnamon and barrel spice. Streamlined with a very linear focus, the wine moves directly to the mid and back of the palate on a silky texture of fine grained tannin and a firm acidity that carries flavors of bright red cherry and savory tones along with créme brulee and barrel toast. Displaying good density and extract with a long persistent finish. We expect this wine to continue to flesh out and develp for the next six to eight years.

2013 Adriane Pinot Noir

Price: $50.00

The 2013 Adriane exhibits all the lifted, high-toned aromatics that seem to be the signature of this vintage.  Ripe strawberry and rich cherry aromas predominate along with the barrel spice, graphite, and saline.  More linear and structured on the palate than the Margo, the wine enters with both focus and drive as it moves cleanly from the front to the back of the palate.  Soft and delicate in the mouth with a well delineated and elegant framework, this medium bodied effort delivers ripe Pinot Noir flavors of brambly red cherry, sweet barrel toast, and hints of baking spice and savory herbs.  Showing both balance and persistence, expect this wine to put on weight and flesh out in the bottle over the next 8 to 10 years. 

2013 Victoria Pinot Noir

Price: $65.00

Our flagship offering, the 2013 Victoria is composed of both Pommard and 777 sourced from three different blocks within the vineyard.  Focused, with a slightly darker fruit profile than either Margo or Adriane, Victoria shows taught aromas of dark cherry, sandalwood, and beet root along with floral tones and toast.  Broader in its entry and heavier on the mid palate, this wine exhibits a level of intensity, balance, and polish that has become the hallmark of this cuvée.  Dark cherry fruit, hints of sweet oak and savory umami dominate this well integrated Pinot Noir.  Moving seamlessly from the front to the back of the palate with exceptional length and persistence, we anticipate this wine to continue to develop for the next ten to twelve years.

2014 Chardonnay

Price: $40.00

In the coming years, our Chardonnay is destined to become another estate grown wine, but while we’re waiting for our new plants to mature and produce fruit, we currently source from two vineyards:  Thistle in the Dundee Hills, and Tree Hill, just south of Monmouth.  Over the course of 16 months in barrel, we strive to build texture, flavor, and body from the lees and barrel time, resulting in these two distinct vineyard sources coming together harmoniously to produce a supple, layered wine with firm underlying acidity.  The nose presents yellow apple, white flowers, and hints of barrel toast and the palate carries these flavors through along with a nod towards flaky pie crust and fresh baguette. 

Comprised of Dijon 76 & 95, the fruit is picked and hand-sorted before being gently pressed and cold settled, then barreled down to 25% 1-year and 75% neutral French oak barrels.  Both primary and malolactic fermentation occur in barrel, while the wine is aged on its fine lees with minimal stirring for 16 months before being blended and bottled in April 2016. 


2016 Rosé of Pinot Noir

Price: $22.00

True to our house style, the 2016 is fermented entirely in stainless steel and aged on a bed of fine lees for four months prior to bottling. Exhibiting a rich pink hue with aromas of strawberry and rhubarb, candied citrus rind and a fresh, briny tone, the wine enters the palate with good focus and energy, revealing just enough flesh to broaden out on the palate yet maintaining vibrant acidity that carries the wine toward a long and clean finish