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93
Points
2015 Stagecoach Vineyard
Cabernet Sauvignon
— Vinous
90
Points
2016 Spring Hill Vineyard
Pinot Noir
— Wine Enthusiast
90
Points
2016 Vivio Vineyard
Roussanne
— Wine Enthusiast

Current Releases

2017 Vivio Vineyard, Rosé of Syrah

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2016 Vivio Vineyard, Roussanne

Silver Medal
~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION

90 points. This wine is from a single site, planted in volcanic soils at 750-feet in elevation. Aged in neutral oak, it is floral and earthy, with a rocky mineral edge joined by apricot and ginger flavors within the silky texture.
~ WINE ENTHUSIAST

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2016 Roberts Road Vineyard, Pinot Noir

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2016 Spring Hill Vineyard, Pinot Noir

Silver Medal

~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION

90 points. From a small producer, this wine shows an undeniable earthiness, pronounced acidity and a plush texture. Notes of black cherry, strawberry and stemmy forest floor meld on the palate, which offers pronounced power and weight.
~ WINE ENTHUSIAST

This tiny production wine comes from the Spring Hill Vineyard, which sits in the Petaluma Gap on a ranch that is home to Wagyu and Scottish Highland cattle. Luckily the cows aren’t much interested in the tiny berries of Pinot Noir that deliver this impressively fresh wine, packed with super dark berry aromas, brown spices, clove, and delivers juicy orange peel notes, along with creamy and fleshy fruit supported by powerful tannins that will soften with a few years of bottle age.
~ FOOD & WINE

25 Amazing Wines to Drink Right Now.  This tiny production wine comes from the Spring Hill Vineyard, which sits in the Petaluma Gap on a ranch that is home to Wagyu and Scottish Highland cattle. Luckily the cows aren’t much interested in the tiny berries of Pinot Noir that deliver this impressively fresh wine, packed with super dark berry aromas, brown spices, clove, and delivers juicy orange peel notes, along with creamy and fleshy fruit supported by powerful tannins that will soften with a few years of bottle age.
~ FOOD & WINE

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2016 Vivio Vineyard, Syrah

Silver Medal
~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION                

90 points. Cofermented with 7% Roussanne, this big, bold red opens with aromas of lavender and sage. These tones extend to the palate where a black currant core is propped up by burly tannins.
~ WINE ENTHUSIAST    

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2015 Stagecoach Vineyard, Cabernet Franc

93 points. The 2015 Cabernet Franc Stagecoach Vineyard Block 5 is a very pretty wine with terrific aromatic lift and plenty of nuance, all in an appealing midweight style. Wines from Stagecoach are often bruisers, but this Cabernet Franc is remarkably polished. Bright saline underpinnings give the wine sneaky energy and persistence. There is plenty to like here.
~ VINOUS

91 points. This wine shines in dried herb, pencil shavings and sage, the earthiness undeniably present. Juicy and broadly expressive in thick, elongated tannins and prominent oak, the fruit is both dried and baked, a mix of black cherry and plum. This will do well with more time in bottle. Enjoy 2021–2025.
~ WINE ENTHUSIAST 

Silver Medal
~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION

Gold Medal
~ TEXSOM INTERNATIONAL WINE AWARDS                    

Holllllllly. Sh*t. Struts into the dusty street, calm, collected, both guns blazing.
~ 1 WINE DUDE

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Past Releases

2015 Vivio Vineyard, Roussanne

Silver Medal
~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION

When stone fruits get all sultry and seductive and stuff like that. A-
~ 1 WINE DUDE

90 Points. Bold yellow color. Aromas pop with super tropical combos of pineapple, lychee, honey butter, almond, tropical flowers. Medium-bodied (only 12.9% alcohol) with moderating acidity, which really helps, and there’s a creamy, waxy texture. Flavors of yellow apples and pineapple, laced with floral potpourri, salted nuts, white tea, there’s some underlying mineral tones. Bold and tropical in flavors yet it’s nuanced and light on its feel – a nice combo to find in California Roussanne. Native yeasts, barrel fermented, all maloactic fermentation.
~ TERROIRIST

Excellent
~ BIGGER THAN YOUR HEAD

Score: 8.5-9 Pale gold in color, this wine smells of quince and pears poached in cream. In the mouth, silky flavors of unripe pear and golden apple mix with a hint of yellow flowers. There's a nice underlying wet chalkboard minerality, though the acidity is delicate and softer than I would like. Finishes clean with hints of chamomile. 12.9% alcohol. 100 cases produced.
~ VINOGRAPHY

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2015 Spring Hill Vineyard, Pinot Noir

Silver Medal
~ SF CHRONICLE WINE COMPETITION

90 points. Bright cherry colored. Nose shows fresh red cherries and pomegranate with lots of spiced tea, bay leaf, pepper, paprika, rose petals – this has a really spicy, savory nose that I love. Medium-bodied and really fresh with dusty tannins and bright acidity on a frame of about 13% alcohol. Red cherries, raspberries and pomegranate fruit blend well with notes of spiced tea, pepper, bay leaf, subtle coffee and cedar notes. Complex and could develop in the cellar but it’s already harmonious. Aged 16 months in 25% new French oak.
~ TERROIRIST

Exceptional
~ BIGGER THAN YOUR HEAD

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“There is plenty to like here”

“So well-knit and integrated, so beautifully balanced”

“Nuanced and light on its feet”