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    The Wetzel Family’s Pinot Noir vineyard is planted along the banks of the Russian River, where the morning fog lingers and cools the vines.  The vineyard is planted to three clones –  Dijon 777, for rich concentration and black fruit; Dijon115, for soft tannins and perfume and Pommard, for color, dark fruit  and spice



    Classic color, medium density, purples and carmines, cooked edge; youthful fruit on the nose, plus vegetability and herbal supplements, still youthful, a bit restrained; A sweet and roasted entry on the palate, elegant berry aromas and pralines, fine, cooked fruit fullness, delicate roasted notes as a supplement, youthful toasting with a little coffee notes, extra-sweet and elegant…

  • Augustin Cuvée La Terre, CCXCI


    Biodynamics are not something you see a lot of in Champagne, and Marc Augustin is one of the few to really own this ideology and method of viticulture. Marc works the land carefully and with tremendous respect, and this is demonstrated clearly in the wines, named after the elements.

  • Bertrand-Delespierre Champagne 1er Cru Brut Enfant de La Montagne (NV)


    Husband-wife team (Didier Bertrand and Chantal Delespierre) started this estate, 24 acres in all 1er cru vineyards in the Montagne de Reims. A grower-producer, or Récoltant-Manipulant or Farmer Fizz), they practice organics in the vineyard and sustainability (HVE certified, Haute Valeur Environnementale). Occasional large oak, malo when it happens. Delicious.



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    Aromas of sweet black cherry, raspberry, rose petal and violet carry over onto a fresh palate of raspberry and flavors. Round, silky tannins support the bright fruit, and a touch of minerality complements the delicious red fruit expression over a smooth finish.

    Grape variety: 100% Pinot Noir Total acidity: 0.64 g/100 ml
    Vineyards: 100% Anderson Valley (77% Annahala, 23% Apple Barn)
    Harvest dates: September 6 – 15, 2017 pH: 3.53
    Fermentation: 100% small lot, stainless steel Bottled: July 2018
    Barrel aging: 10 months 41% new French oak barrels
    Alcohol: 13.9% Winemaker: Stephanie Jac


  • Domaine Hippolyte Reverdy Sancerre Rouge


    With a family heritage dating back to the 16th century in the commune of Verdigny, Michel welcomes you to the family Domaine. Like his father Hippolyte REVERDY before him, Michel devotes all his time to his 14 hectares (11 planted with Sauvignon Blanc and 3 with Pinot Noir); he manages every aspect of the business…



    Since crafting its premiere vintage of Anderson Valley Pinot Noir in 2001, Duckhorn Wine Company’s Migration has earned acclaim for a refined and compelling style of winemaking that seamlessly balances vibrancy and finesse. Embodying the lush elegance of cool-climate California winegrowing, Migration’s exploration of the great Burgundian varietals began in Anderson Valley where Duckhorn Wine…



    Goldeneye Winery was founded in 1996, years before the Pinot Noir boom that has reshaped the landscape of California winemaking. But the genesis for Goldeneye goes back even further. In 1990, after fifteen years of making world-class Bordeaux-varietal wines, Dan and Margaret Duckhorn embraced their growing love of Pinot Noir. Their vision for Goldeneye was…

  • Grochau ‘Commuter Cuvée’ Pinot Noir


    Started by John Grochau who came to wine via a cycling career in France and sommelier career in Oregon. The wines come from some of the best sites in the Willamette Valley and are fun, well made, and amazing value.

  • Grochau ‘Joyride’ Pinot Noir Sparkling Rosé


    Started by John Grochau who came to wine via a cycling career in France and sommelier career in Oregon. The wines come from some of the best sites in the Willamette Valley and are fun, well made, and amazing value.

  • Heirloom Vineyards Pinot Noir

    Aromas of distant forests carried on a cool wind, freshly polished old boots. The palate has
    linear acidity that kicks and bites from the front to the back, but in the nicest possible way.
    The black and determined fruits and berries are firm and unforgiving initially but soften
    with elegant earthy flavors entering the mix.
    Pinot Noir   |   Adelaide Hills – Australia
    Native yeasts used

    Varietal: 100% Pinot noir
    Viticulture: sustainable
    Fermentation: Native- 50% whole cluster
    Aging: 10 Months in french barrique(67% new – 33% Second use)
    Production: 1700 Cases