Posts Tagged: California

RODNEY STRONG Charlotte’s Home Sauvignon Blanc Proves California Can Make Great Wines For Under $20

RODNEY STRONG northern Sonoma Place Matters. SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA 2013 SAUVIGNON BLANC ESTATE VINEYARDS WWW.RODNEY STRONG.COM © 2014 Rodney Strong Vineyards, Healdsburg, CA #RS4000071 THE STORY At Rodney Strong Vineyards is that they focus on modern artisan winemaking, exclusively from

RODNEY STRONG Charlotte’s Home Sauvignon Blanc Proves California Can Make Great Wines For Under $20

RODNEY STRONG northern Sonoma Place Matters. SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA 2013 SAUVIGNON BLANC ESTATE VINEYARDS WWW.RODNEY STRONG.COM © 2014 Rodney Strong Vineyards, Healdsburg, CA #RS4000071 THE STORY At Rodney Strong Vineyards is that they focus on modern artisan winemaking, exclusively from

Oak Knoll 2011 Unoaked Chardonnay

VINEYARD: 100% Dion Vineyard Dijon 76 clone GROWING SEASON: 2011 growing season was one of the wettest in Oregon wine history. Many winemakers shot the gun early out of nervousness that the rain may keep coming. Jeff took the risk

Oak Knoll 2011 Unoaked Chardonnay

VINEYARD: 100% Dion Vineyard Dijon 76 clone GROWING SEASON: 2011 growing season was one of the wettest in Oregon wine history. Many winemakers shot the gun early out of nervousness that the rain may keep coming. Jeff took the risk

J PINOT GRIS, CALIFORNIA 2011

Pinot Gris comes in many different styles. At J,it is crisp, with bright fruit expression, and a touch of minerality. As always, it begins in the vineyard. The myriad of Russian River Valley estate vineyards provide fruit that comes from

J PINOT GRIS, CALIFORNIA 2011

Pinot Gris comes in many different styles. At J,it is crisp, with bright fruit expression, and a touch of minerality. As always, it begins in the vineyard. The myriad of Russian River Valley estate vineyards provide fruit that comes from

2011 Russian River Valley Reserve Pinot Noir

  These Reserve Wines define the character of Russian River Valley terroir while reflecting the versatility of the region. Russian River Valley’s morning fog and cool coastal breezes create ideal growing conditions for cool climate varietals like this Reserve Pinot

2011 Russian River Valley Reserve Pinot Noir

  These Reserve Wines define the character of Russian River Valley terroir while reflecting the versatility of the region. Russian River Valley’s morning fog and cool coastal breezes create ideal growing conditions for cool climate varietals like this Reserve Pinot

2010 HERITAGE ZINFANDEL – SONOMA COUNTY

HISTORY This wine was first released in 1997 as Heritage Clone Zinfandel. Using old vine budwood grafted into a new vineyard, the Heritage bottling represents the best of a young vine Zin with distinctive old vine characters. GROWING SEASON The

2010 HERITAGE ZINFANDEL – SONOMA COUNTY

HISTORY This wine was first released in 1997 as Heritage Clone Zinfandel. Using old vine budwood grafted into a new vineyard, the Heritage bottling represents the best of a young vine Zin with distinctive old vine characters. GROWING SEASON The

Gustafson Family Vineyards 2009 Estate Petite Sirah

2009 Estate Petite Sirah Harvest: October 12, 2009 Vineyard Block: East Ridge Block Blend: 100% Petite Sirah Aging:18 Months French and American Oak, 40% New Alcohol: 14.38% Total Production: 450 cases Release Date: Fall 2011   Vineyard and Vintage Notes:

Gustafson Family Vineyards 2009 Estate Petite Sirah

2009 Estate Petite Sirah Harvest: October 12, 2009 Vineyard Block: East Ridge Block Blend: 100% Petite Sirah Aging:18 Months French and American Oak, 40% New Alcohol: 14.38% Total Production: 450 cases Release Date: Fall 2011   Vineyard and Vintage Notes:

J Vineyards Sets The Standard For California’s Finest Sparkling Wines.

  While no one can deny the fact that only France truly claims the right to call sparkling wines, grown in the Champagne district Champagne, sparklers around the world can be a viable alternative and in some cases, compete with

J Vineyards Sets The Standard For California’s Finest Sparkling Wines.

  While no one can deny the fact that only France truly claims the right to call sparkling wines, grown in the Champagne district Champagne, sparklers around the world can be a viable alternative and in some cases, compete with