Carneros has been called the Burgundy of California because the two Burgundian grape varieties—Chardonnay and Pinot Noir—achieve exquisite flavors in this region.
Our estate-bottled Sémillon, a dry white with a little Chardonnay and a touch of Muscat for added complexity and acidity, is grown at our Carsi Vineyard in Yountville. With excellent texture and a nutty, figgy character, enjoy now with light salads seafood dishes.
This is a deeply refined Syrah, brimming with blueberry, pepper and spice. Lush and with supple tannins, it’s a complex wine to be enjoyed now and over the next three or years!
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Fingers of Pacific fog follow the Russian River inland, cooling its watershed ahead of the surrounding terrain and making the area markedly cooler. This appellation, already well-revered for its Pinot Noirs, has been very consistent with producing well-bred and extracted Zinfandels.
This new limited bottling of cool-climate, semi-dry Anderson Valley Riesling has jasmine and pear flavors, grapefruit and green apple characteristics and crisp natural acidity.
This blend of our two major Chardonnay sources—Carsi Vineyard in Yountville and Henry Ranch in Carneros—has resulted in a wine with very appealing citrus and cinnamon aromas that introduce its clean, bright flavors of green apple, vanilla and sweet oak. You can drink this wine now or lay it down for one or two more years.
Our 2010 Cuvée Rouge is “more than just a pretty face,” says winery president Tom Davies. “It’s a bottle of bubbly that tastes as good as it looks!” Recently dubbed “CR,” this sparkler is made from the same grape, Valdiguiue (or Napa Gamay), as our very popular Gamay Rouge and is produced in the typical rosé style where free run and lightly pressed juice remains in contact with its grape skins.