Sauvignon Blanc
I have been making this Sauvignon Blanc since August 2018. The organic Sauvignon Blanc comes from Martorana Family Vineyards in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County. The wine is fermented in a few drums and a couple of French oak barrels. Stirring the barrels a few times each year enables the wine to build mouthfeel.
2021 Sauv. Blanc 12.7% Alcohol
100% Sauv. Blanc, 100% from Martorana Vineyards
unfined and unfiltered

Grenache Blanc and Marsanne
2021 is the first year I have made this wine. The fruit is from Preston Family Vineyards at the far end of Dry Creek Valley. The wine is fermented primarily in seven-year-old barrels, with the balance in two once-used barrels. I blend the two varietals during fermentation which helps combine the aromas of the wine early in its life.
2021 Grenache Blanc (64%) Marsanne (36%) 12.9% Alcohol
100% Preston Vineyard
unfined and unfiltered

The Chardonnay comes from Zabala Vineyard in Arroyo Seco, Monterey county. I first worked with Zabala fruit almost twenty years ago. The sand and river-rock at Zabala give an acid profile I love. The wine is fermented primarily in seven-year-old barrels. 2021 is the first year I made this wine.
2021 Chardonnay 13.6% Alcohol
100% Chardonnay, 100% from Zabala Vineyards
unfined and unfiltered

Red Wine
The Red Wine comes from Black Ridge Vineyard in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The first time I walked this vineyard, I knew I could make a great wine. I dove right in, focusing on making a wine like the great Santa Cruz Mountains red wines from years past. The wine is fermented in small containers and aged in seven-year-old barrels. 2021 is the first year I made this wine, and I am really happy with what it turned into.
2021 Red Wine 13.54% Alcohol
72% Merlot, 24% Cabernet Sauvignon & 4% Petit Verdot, 100% from Black Ridge Vineyards
unfined and unfiltered


All four of my wines in a row on a table