Our wines are made by hand in small batches at our winery in Portola Valley. We follow a minimalist philosophy in our winemaking, allowing the flavor of our region to shine through. Our red wines are fermented with native yeast and pressed in a traditional basket press. Our white wines are foot-crushed and fermented in barrel. We see wine as a testament to place and time, and unlike larger wineries that aim for standardization, we enjoy the variation that comes with each year.
A smoky, savory Pinot Noir. Delicate aromas and flavors of coffee, roasted nuts, and grilled berries, with a satiny, vibrant body and a tingling finish of chocolate-roasted chestnuts, marinated beets, and floral honey on citrus. Light oak. [$38]
91 Points! (Wine Enthusiast Magazine). Aromas of strawberry and boysenberry with a hint of anise. An expressive, smooth, medium-bodied Pinot with notes of red currant, dark chocolate, vanilla and cayenne pepper. [$38]
Toasty aromas of smoked nuts, d’anjou pear, crisp nectarine, honeysuckle, leather, cedar, and mango coulis finish. A nicely integrated and well-balanced Chardonnay with nuance and smoky intrigue. [$30]
Made with grapes from Cooper-Garrod Vineyards in Saratoga. Deep purple color and aromas of blackberry jam. Smooth medium-to-full body with delightful notes of vanilla and dried cherry. [$38]
2013 Santa Cruz Mountains Rosé - SOLD OUT
A delightfully refreshing, fruit-forward, dry Rosé made with grapes from Fog’s Edge Vineyard and Veranda Vineyard in the Santa Cruz Mountains. [$20]
A whimsical dessert wine made from Chardonnay grapes fortified with brandy and flavored with crushed almonds. Rich honey aromas, a luscious mouthfeel, and just a bit of sweetness make this a delightful end to a meal. [$18]