Our well-known Jumping Goat vineyard located in the AVA of St. Helena is one of the standout wines in our portfolio. A dense inky purple color with notes of dark cherry and chocolate, with nuances of violet and lavender alongside great minerality. This rich Cabernet is silky and elegant with incredible amounts of texture and energy in the wine.
Our well-known Jumping Goat vineyard located in the AVA of St. Helena was harvested later in 2016 than the previous year. A beautiful growing season yielded spectacular quality. The wine aromatically boasts lush, bright raspberry fruit along with cloves, crushed rock and its signature perfumed characters.
Our Estate vineyard located adjacent to the winery in the AVA of Saint Helena is a two-acre parcel with vines dating over 30 years. Soils are rich with obsidian and loam which is quite evident in the aromatics of this wine. A deep garnet purple color with black currant, boysenberry, hints of cured meats, gravel and loamy earth. It is a powerful wine with firm, grainy tannins but still maintains its freshness. Ripe and well balanced, full bodied with a huge finish, this wine will age beautifully.
Our Estate vineyard located adjacent to the winery in the AVA of Saint Helena is a two-acre parcel with vines dating over 30 years. Soils are rich with obsidian and loam which creates a wine with a defined relaxed power. The aromatics reveal notes of earthiness, mushroom, with toasty components and deep dark fruit.
It immediately feels like an incredibly serious wine that is about to make a bold statement. Dense and rich with sweet fruits, seamlessly balanced and a very long finish, this blockbuster wine will be a stand out Cabernet in any cellar.
Our third vintage from this vineyard located on Pritchard Hill at 1200 feet in elevation above St. Helena. We continue to learn what kind of wines we can craft with these three varieties from this particular site. The natural intensity from this vineyard has created a full throttle Cabernet. Its exuberant dark blackberry nose with touches of graphite, tobacco, licorice and hot gravel.
Our second vintage of this wine coming from Pritchard Hill at 1200 feet in elevation above St. Helena. We continue to learn what kind of wines we can craft with these three varieties from this particular site. The iconic wines from this area are noted for their complexity and this wine is no exception.
Both the Cabernet franc and Merlot were the first to be planted on this parcel of land in 2004. The aromatics boast ripe dark blackberry fruit with tobacco and leather components with hints of crushed rocks.
Our seventh vintage of mountain fruit Sauvignon blanc to be produced from our vineyard at 2300 foot elevation in Knights Valley. Aromatics abound with white flowers, passionfruit, honeysuckle, and fresh pears.
This one acre planting of Chardonnay on our high elevation vineyard is truly beginning to produce a wine that can rival some of the most established Chardonnay producers. Planted in 2012 on the southwest slope of the property, the vines only yield two tons of fruit. Aromatics that leap from the glass of banana, honeysuckle, vanilla, with a creamy nose and a subtle . . .
Having fallen in love with the Merlot from this vineyard, we continue to dedicate ourselves to producing this single varietal bottling. Boasting a deep garnet purple color, the aromatics hit full on with black cherry, tobacco, chocolate and savory herbs.
Our seventh vintage from this vineyard that meets the high standards needed to produce a Syrah of distinction. The nose screams Old World with its rich, musky earthiness and notes of violet and gaminess.
Our second vintage for a classic Rhône style blend from the Paderewski Vineyard in Paso Robles. The aromatics of strawberry, raspberry and current tea, layer with violet flowers and creaminess - an amazingly expressive wine.
Our twelveth vintage from this amazing right bank vineyard. The vintage saw a shorter growing season than usual but the resultant wines are extremely well balanced.
Our eleventh vintage from this amazing right bank vineyard. The vintage saw early bud break, a wet spring and a long, warm and dry summer. 2015 and 2016 are the best back to back vintages since 2009 and 2010.
As we begin our third decade of producing this Cabernet named after our children, we are excited at how incredible this wine continues to be. Exhibiting a nose of dark blackberry and blackcurrant, nuanced with notes of vanilla, and fresh rose powder, the subtlety and finesse are what strike the mind.
Introducing our first vintage of CJ blanc! We decided that our portfolio deserved to include another white wine that we could offer at an easily consumable price point. This 200 case first effort boasts aromatics of Meyer lemon, dry hay, sweet pollen with subtle exotic notes.