This 85 year old vineyard has sandy loam soils which produces a bold but soft wine with mellow tannins. White pepper spice adds to the complex, rich wine. Fermented in micro bins, barrel aged for 14 months in American oak. Blended with a small amount of Petite Sirah.
Silver medal winner at the 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition. This medium-full bodied wine is smooth and fruity with soft tannins. Aromas of red fruit and sweet spice give way to the flavors of raspberry and vanilla with a subtle peppery finish.
Light floral and lavender aromas with cherry vanilla notes.This Cabernet is nicely structured with light tannins, cherry, and subtle hints of chocolate that linger on the palate giving a soft smooth finish.
400 cases made. These grapes are grown across the street from the winery by Leland Noma. The vines are 26 years old. Barbera grapes origininted in Italy. It’s a full bodied wine with black cherry and spice lingering on the finish. Barbera is best grown in hotter climates making Lodi a perfect growing appellation.
Gold medal winner at the 2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition! This wine has distinct aromas of ripe red berries along with floral hints. On the palate, bright cherry and raspberry are complimented by smoky oak and a smooth finish of fruit and earth. This medium-bodied wine is low in tannin with refreshing acidity.