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Powerful and minerally, with hints of white pepper to the baked apple, pear and tangerine flavors. The lively finish is crisp and focused, offering plenty of spice and lightly buttery notes. Has a wonderful perfume of apple pie and grated nutmeg with notes of wet hay, honeycomb, cheese rind and
Pale to medium ruby-purple colored and reveals gregarious notes of crushed black and red cherries, warm raspberries and mulberries with touches of baking spices, red roses and spearmint. Medium to full-bodied, the palate is completely packed with red and black berry layers and Chiseled, ripe and flavorful, featuring concentrated kirsch,
This small hill-side estate is the coolest vineyard in our portfolio. Brilliant pale straw in color, this wine has savory, herbaceous aromas that lead to a taut palate of nectarine and warm biscotti balanced with hints of toasted oak. A long drawn-out finish highlights the tension between bright acidity, minerality
The 2017 Chardonnay Ross Station Estate comes from old Wente grown in Goldridge. “This is the first fruit we harvested in 2017,” Paul Hobbs says. “We harvested this right as that heat was gearing up before Labor Day.” It has a lovely, restrained perfume of nutmeg-laced cream, white blossoms, button
Rich and textured, with concentrated pear tart and apple pastry flavors that feature notes of dried mango. Toasty accents emerge midpalate, with a finish of allspice and nutmeg.
These grapes are grown in the iron-rich “Sebastopol Series” Goldridge soils of our Katherine Lindsay Estate Vineyard. This terroir driven Pinot Noir is deep ruby-red with aromas of ripe Bing cherries, earl grey tea, baking spices and slate. The mouthfeel is round and generous with layers of mocha, toasty oak
Bright cherry and raspberry flavors are backed by fresh acidity in this crisp, focused style. Minerally and floral notes extend on the finish.