We are beginning to release our 2019 Pinot Noirs. The 2019's are the perfect example of what California can do with the grape when the goal is balance. The 2019 harvest was marked by a cool spring, warm summer temperatures followed by a cool harvest with spots of rain. It was hard to believe this is California and not Oregon! So, while this allowed the fruit to hang on the vines well into October it did test our patience. These wine are elegant, but still have to core of rich fruit that our style is characterised by. Our 2021 Spring release includes some of our Sonoma wines. In the Fall of 2021 you will be seeing our wines from Anderson Valley and Chalone. We hope you love them. We do!
Deep golden color in the glass. Complex aromas of almond, honeysuckle, granny smith apple and sweet oak. Layers of apple, apricot, butterscotch and brioche on the palate. A creamy texture that fills the mouth and leaves a lingering finish.
Our 2020 Vintage Brut Rosé captivates with luscious notes of strawberry, rose, melon, and white cherry. Flavors of strawberry, red apple, cherry, and a hint of brioche. Clean and crisp finish.
Deep pink color. Aromas of strawberry jam, melon, honeysuckle, and stone fruit. Rich flavors of ripe watermelon, strawberries and cream. Complemented by a silky texture.
Pale straw in the glass. Features engaging aromas of citrus, gooseberry and white flower. Flavors of apricot, apple, pear, and grapefruit. Bright acidity creates an energetic wine with depth and complexity.
It takes a Madman to create a bold, rich and engaging wine like this. Blending six different varietals into an unheard-of combination of aromas, flavors and textures. Aged in the finest French and American Oak for 16 months.
Deep crimson hue in the glass. Elegant nose of dark cherry, sesame and mineral. Cedar, dark cherry, raspberry, and mineral flavors abound. Satiny texture and acidity that provides the structure for aging.
Dark ruby color. Complex aromas with dark cherry, earth, raspberry and molasses. Black cherry, mushroom, and spice on the palate. Weighty texture with balanced tannin and acidity. Bold and savory on the long finish. Classic Anderson Valley profile.